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that THE TORCH has been passed to 
a new generation." 

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Table of Contents 



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Dr. Paul J. Zdanowicz 
Superintendent of Schools 




Administration . . . 




Mr. Robert W. Mulloy 
Asst. Superintendent of Schools 



Mr. Kenneth W. Dolloff, Jr. 
Principal 




Miss Dorothy Chad wick 
Assistant Principal 




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Mr. Arthur Nicholson III 
Assistant Principal 




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Mrs. Elaine Crane 



English 

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Speech 





Mr. Albert Francis 




Mr. Shaun Gurry 



Mr. Douglas Hallbauer 




Mrs. Frances Hamblet 





Mr. Daniel Herlihy 






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Mrs. Shirley Hovanasian 





Mrs. Lillian Hershfield 

Curriculum Coordinator 

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Secondary School English 




Mr. Alfred Jones 



Mr. Thomas Jennings 





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Mrs. Gayle Rousseau 




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Miss Elaine Kevgas 



Miss Nancy Wilson 



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Social Studies 




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Mr. Alfred DeStefano 



Mr. David Hennessey 




Mr. Mark Monty 



Mrs. Rochelle (Leeb) 
Peck 




Miss Mary Grogan 




Miss Aurella Levesque 





Mr. John Rimas 




Mr. Donald Smith 




Mr. James Smith 



Mr. David Whiting 




Mr. Robert Rosmarino 




Miss Elizabeth Smith 





Math 




Miss Susan Baron 



Mr. Robert Fradette 







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Smile! You're on Candid Camera. 



Mr. John Heggarty 



Miss Judith Hiller 





Mrs. Sandra Hodge 




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Mrs. Ruth Lockaby 



Mrs. Jeanne Lyons 



Mr. Charles McNulty 




Miss Jeanne Sullivan 




Department 



Mr. Frank Yelle 







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Science 





Mr. Joseph Forseze 




Miss Kathleen Fox 




Mr. William Russell 
Department Head 




Mr. Peter Mazzaglia 




Mr. Peter Salemi 




Mr. John Ziminski 



Mr. Daniel Moynihan 



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Mr. Gerard Gagne 

Modern For. Lang. 

Coordinator 



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Languages 



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Mrs. Mildred Gammons 
French and German 



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Mr. Norman Malo 
French 



Miss Lisa Loeb 
Italian 




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Mrs. Patricia Borucki 
Typing 



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Miss Kathleen Doran 
Business Dept. Head 





Miss Ruth Lange 
Office Machines 



Mrs. Margaret Morgan 
Typing 




Department 




Miss Claire St. Pierre 
Accounting 



Mrs. Virginia Wilman 
Bookkeeping 



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Mr. Ed Kisse 



Physical Education 




Mr. Mike 
Sorter 



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Miss Mary 
Schurender 



Miss Carol 
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Mr. Alton Bailey 



Miss Adele Demers 




Mrs. Janet McLennan 



Mr. Martin Melia 
Work Study Director 



Guidance 




Department 




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ANTHONY ABATE 

Abat" likes snowmobiles 
and "Chevy" cars . . . 
Wants to be a fireman. 



JOSEPH ALAIMO 

"Jolting Joe" enjoys motor- 
cycle racing . . . Wants to 
be a brain surgeon . . . 
"What you see is what you 
get." 




DAWN ALLAH 

"Al" is on the powder puff 
football team . . . enjoys 
painting, skating and skiing 
. . . Peeved by over-inquisi- 
tive people . . . wants to be 
a secretary. 



CAROLYN ANGE 

"Carol" wants to own a pizza 
place . . . enjoys skiing, skating 
and swimming ... "I don't 
want to hear it." 




VICTOR ANDREOLI 

"Fish" is the band's treasurer, is 
on the baseball team . . . 
wants to be a music teacher 
. . . enjoys all kinds of sports 
. . . "Ask me if I care." 



NORMA ANGELARI 

"Norma" is a member of the 
Honor Society . . . enjoys talk- 
ing with people . . . wants to 
be a success in whatever she 
does . . . "Relax." 




ROBERT ANGELARI 

'Bob" is an active person 
. . "What's happening?" 



JAMES ANGELONE 

"Angel" is in the band anc 
on the wrestling team . . 
he wants to be a doctor . . 
enjoys hockey, wrestling 
karate and music . . 
"Really?" 




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JOSEPH ARCHIBALD 

"Arch's" goal is to be 
emperor of the U.S. . . . Pet 
peeve is spelling . . . His 
favorite saying is, "You can't 
win them all, but I'd like to 
win just one." 



JOY AUSTIN 

"Joy" wants to travel and 
become a writer . . . She 
enjoys flying kites . . . 
"Why not, you only live 
once." 




JEAN BAILLARGEON 

"Jean" wants to travel ... In 
her spare time she enjoys sew- 
ing . . . "Ick." 



BARBARA BAKIOS 

"Barb" is the manager of the 
basketball team; she's on the 
track team, and Pep club . . . 
Would like to help people or 
animals in some way ... In her 
spare time she enjoys skiing, 
tennis, and sewing . . . Her 
favorite saying is, "I'm so 
embarrassed." 




PETER BAJOR 

"Pete" is the president of the 
student council, Asst. editor of 
the yearbook, in the German 
club, and honor society ... He 
plans to go into engineering 
... In his spare time he enjoys 
water skiing, snowmobiling, and 
swimming . . . 



JAMES BALDWIN 

"Eagle" is a very secretive per- 
son. 



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JEANNE BALDWIN 

"Jeanne" plans to be a med- 
ical technician . . . Likes to 
dance in her spare time . . . 



BEVERLY BAMFORD 

"Bevy" is on the Jr. Boosters, 
Blue and White staff, French 
club, basketball and volley- 
ball team . . . She plans to 
become a secretary . . . 







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HELGA BANGEL 

"Helga" is in the German and 
Art Clubs and also in the Senior 
Workshop . . . She would like 
to go into art or to be a teacher 
. . . She enjoys drawing. 





NANCY BARDSLEY 

"Bards" plans to be a physi- 
cal therapy assistant . . . 
She enjoys, badminton, and 
listening to the "oldies but 
goodies." 



BERTRAM BEAULIEU 

"Bert's" favorite saying is, 
"I've been gagged!" . . . 
He's a member of D.E.C.A. 
. . . He plans to finish 
school . . . His hobbies are 
woodworking and skiing. 




SUSAN BEAUMIER 

"Sue" plans to work for IRS 
. . . She enjoys skating. 



DONNA BECOTTE 

"Becotte" plans to work in a 
child care center . . . She 
enjoys drawing, swimming, 
and going out ... Is peeved 
by homework and getting up 
early. 



DEBRA BARBEAU 

"Barbo" is the vice-president of 
the Student Council and is on 
the Yearbook staff . . . Wants 
to be a housewife . . . Enjoys 
skating . . . Dislikes worms. 




STEVE BELAIR 

"Steve" plans to go into high 
performance engine work. 




ELLEN BELL 

"Ellie" is on the basketball, 
field hockey and track teams 
. . . She is vice-president of the 
Junior Boosters, secretary in the 
French Club, delegate in Span- 
ish Club, on Student Council, 
Yearbook staff, and Advisory 
Board. . . . She enjoys sports 
and plans to attend college. 



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DEBRA BERGERON 

"Deb" plans to become a nurse 
. . . She enjoys listening to 
records in her spare time . . . 
Her favorite saying is, "Oh, 
wow, really?" 




DORIS BEVINGTON 

"Dori" is in the chorus . . . She 
enjoys skiing, swimming, and lis- 
tening to records . . . She 
would like to own a pizza place 
. . "I've got to get out of 
lere." 




SUSAN BLASER 

"Sue" is in the German club 
. . . Wants to be a nurse 
. . . Enjoys waterskiing and 
singing . . . 



KRISTA BLUM 

"Krista" is a very quiet per- 
son . . . 



JOHN BOGANNAM 

"Boog" is on our football, 
basketball, and baseball 
teams ... He enjoys sports 



ZAVEN BOGOSIAN 

"Bugsy" is on the football 
team ... He would like to 
own his own business. 
"Zeeb" 




CELESTE BOISVERT 

"Celestial" is in the National 
Honor Society . . . She would 
like to go into business manage- 
ment . . . She enjoys bowling, 
sewing, knitting, and painting 
. . . "How boring." 




DOUGLAS BONIN 

"Dougie" is in the band . . . 
He enjoys Hockey . . . Ambi- 
tion undecided . . . 



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BETTY BORRELLI 

"Jeana" wants to be a secre- 
tary, dressmaker, and house- 
wife . . . She enjoys sewing 
and cooking . . . Peeved by 
people who don't care . . . 
"Come on." 



DENNIS BOUCHER 

"Dennis" enjoys living life to 
its fullest . . . 




CHARLENE BRACISKA 

"Charlie" participates in music 
. . . Plans to work in future 
. . . Enjoys sewing, music, 
sports, and horseback riding 
. . . "How's that grab ya?" 




"Shar" wants to be a child care 
worker . . . Likes sewing, the 
guitar, art, and horseback riding 
. . . Hates people telling you 
what to do . . . "Does this look 
all right?" 



ANN BRADLEY 

"Annie" plans on college and 
marriage in the future . . . 
Enjoys skiing ... "I was out 
cold — I've got to get home." 



LESLIE BRAY 

"Les" wishes to become a florist 
. . . Enjoys horseback riding, 
sewing, art, and sports . . . 
Peeved by nosy people. 




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JAMES BROADHURST 

"Ted" is a member of the Art 
Club . . . Wants to make 
money . . . Enjoys girlwatching. 



PAMELA BUCKLESS 

"Pam" belongs to the National 
Honor Society . . . Wants to be 
a legal secretary . . . Enjoys 
playing I the guitar, water sports 
and dog training . . . "Is it any- 
one I know?" 



BEVERLY BREEN 
'Bev." "No Sir." 




JOANNE BUCKLEY 

"Joanne" is a member of the 
French club . . . Plans to attend 
college . . . Enjoys drawing 
. . . Peeved by loud girls . . . 
"I don't believe it." 




MARIE BUGGEA 

"Maria" is in the DECA club 
. . . Wishes to become a 
housewife . . . Enjoys riding 
motorcycles . . . Peeved by 
inconsiderate, dishonest peo- 
ple .. . "Oh Wow." 



DEBRA BUSTA 

"Debbie" plans to travel and 
then become an executive 
secretary . . . Likes tennis, 
biking, and swimming . . . 
"Oh Yeah." 




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JOSEPH CAFISO 

"Joe" would like to live in 
the future . . . Likes sports 
. . . "How are you hanging 
buddy" . . . Peeved by 
rules. 




CREDA CAMACHO 

"Creda" belongs to the Span- 
ish, Art and Pep Clubs and Jun- 
ior Boosters . . . Future includes 
art . . . Likes to draw, dance, 
and act. 



GINA CAMPIONE 

"Gina" is secretary of the Stu- 
dent Council, member of the 
Yearbook staff, Italian Club, the 
Junior Boosters, and the Pep 
Club . . . Plans to major in spe- 
cial education or early child- 
hood education. 





ANN CAMPOLINI 

"Ann" plans on becoming a 
data transcriber . . . "You 
fool." 




MICHAEL CANZANO 

"Mike" would like to become 
a commerical artist in the 
future. 




ANDREA CARABELLA 

"Half-pint" belongs to the Pep 
Club . . . bookkeeper . . . 
"I'm not going to tell you 
again" . . . Time occupied by 
dancing, sewing, bowling and 
eating. 



KATHLEEN CARON 

"Kathi" belongs to the French 
Club, Pep Club, Flag Corps, Jun- 
ior Boosters, Blue and White 
and track team . . . Speech or 
theatre plans in the future . . . 
Drama and dancing in spare- 
time. 




CLAYTON CARTER 

"Clay" is a member of the 
Cadet Corps ... He would 
like to conquer the world 
. . . likes to play hockey 
. . . Peeved by rules . . . "It 
would be a nice day if it 
snowed." 



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PETER CASEY 

"Casey" plans on a vocational 
career in the future . . . Enjoys 
skiing and mountain climbing. 




JOANNE CELIA 

"Celia" is sports-minded with 
field hockey, basketball, track 
and Jr. Boosters and Pep Club 
. . . Future plans include col- 
lege . . . "You're so funny." 





DIANNE CAVANAUGH 

"Curly" is a former secretary 
of our Jr. Class . . . College 
in the future . . . Enjoys ski- 
ing, skating . . . Peeved by 
fish, worms and bugs. 



ANN CHERABIE 

"Ann" is very active in the 
National Honor Society, 
French Club, Senior Work- 
shop, and is the treasurer of 
the Math Club . . . Spare 
time includes organ playing 
and hooking rugs . . . Future 
plans include college . . . 
"Take it easy" . . . Peeved 
by crowded lunch periods. 



JOHN CATANZARO 

"Cat" or "Smoothie" is a 
member of the Cadet Corps 
and Ecology Club . . . Col- 
lege in the future . . . Enjoys 
bowling, cardplaying, and 
basketball. 




JOANNE CHECOVICH 

"Jo" is the treasurer of the 
Spanish Club and is on the 
girls' basketball team . . . 
Wishes to become a medical 
secretary . . . Enjoys ice 
skating and skiing. 





DONNA CAVAZZA 

"Baby Cavazza" plans to work 
in the future . . . Likes horse- 
back riding, ice skating, and 
swimming . . . "Oh!" "Huh," 
"Come on." 




JANICE CHIARENZA 

"Jan" is active in the chorus 
and a member of the National 
Honor Society . . . Her spare 
time is spent horse-back riding 
as a member of the Andover 
Academy Show Club . . . Jan's 
favorite saying is "All right!" 
. . . She hopes to someday get 
her masters degree in library 
science. 



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WALTER CHILDS 

"Felix" is active in ice hockey 
and track . . . His hobbies are 
mechanics and car building . . . 
His goal is to live a long and 
rewarding life . . . "You meat- 
head!" 




THOMAS CIARDELLO 

"Tom" dislikes routines . 
Enjoys winter sports . 
"What's happening?" 





JANE CLARK 

"Jane" spends a lot of time 
swimming and doing art work 
and enjoys sports . . . 
Hopes to become an English 
teacher . . . "Yeah, okay." 




THOMAS CIRAS 

"Tom" spends his spare time 
playing cards and studying cars 
. . . Hopes to someday become 
a State Trooper . . . Tom's pet 
peeve is Denise. 



DAVID CLOUTIER 

"Clout" is active on the varsity 
basketball team . . . His spare 
time is spent skiing and playing 
basketball. 




MARY ELLEN COCO 

"Coke" is active on the track 
team and the Italian Club . . . 
She enjoys horseback riding 
. . . Hopes to teach the men- 
tally retarded . . . Her pet 
peeve is Winter . . . "Sure you 
do." 




WAYNE COLLINS 

"Wayne" hopes to go to col 
lege after graduation. 



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CAROL COOK 

"Ma's" favorite saying is, 
"I'll kill her." . . . Hopes 
someday to be a successful 
wife and mother. 



RUTH COOK 

"Ruthie" is in the Band . . . 
She plans to become a regis- 
tered nurse . . . Her hobbies 
are skiing and snowmobiling. 




SHARON COPLEY 

"Cope's" spare time is spent 
roller skating and water skiing 
. . . She only hopes to be suc- 
cessful after high school. 





STEVEN COUTURE 

"Cooch's" favorite saying is, 
"Well, that's the way it 
goes." ... He is in the 
Honor Society, History Work- 
shop, and is president of the 
Latin club . . . His goal is to 
become an oceanographer 
. . . His hobby is to make 
money . . . His pet peeves 
are hippies. 



JENNIFER CRABTREE 

"Jenny" is active in the Stu- 
dent Council, Art Club, and 
French Club . . . Her spare 
time is spent playing volley- 
ball and skiing . . . She 
wants to be happy and suc- 
cessful in whatever she does 
. . . "You'll never get out." 



ANN MARIE COTE 

"Ann's" pet peeves are 
some teachers. 







TRACY CROMPTON 

"Tracy" is a member of the Pep 
club, French club, History Work- 
shop, Jr. Boosters, and the year- 
book staff. She's also a cheer- 
leader and the sports editor for 
the Blue and White . . . She 
plans to be a dental hygienist 
. . . Enjoys cheering, skiing, 
horseback riding, and swimming 
. . . "Real-ly?" 




FRANCES DANAHY 

"Franny" is vice-president of 
D.E.C.A. and a former majorette 
. . . Her spare time is spent 
dancing and cooking . . . She 
wants to hold on to the things 
she cares about . . . Her pet 
peeve is loud chewing of food 
. . . "You kill me." 



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DEBORAH DANEAU 

"Debbie's" spare time is spent 
snowmobiling and horseback rid- 
ing. 



"John" is active in football and 
soccer . . . His spare time is 
spent playing all sports — espe- 
cially hockey and soccer and lis- 
tening to good rock groups . . . 
Hopes to be a success after 
high school. 




"Smile, Cowboy!" 



DONNA DEMERJIAN 

"Donna" is active in the 
French and Spanish clubs, 
History Workshop, co-captain 
of the majorettes, and a 
member of the Honor Society 
and Jr. Boosters . . . Her 
spare time is spent bicycling 
and sewing . . . Hopes to 
someday work with emotion- 
ally disturbed children . . . 
"Really." 



MICHAEL DeMONACO 

"Del's" favorite saying is, 
don't know." . . . His 
peeves are some teachers. 



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MAUREEN DeSANTIS 

"Moe's" favorite saying is 
"Fantastic." . . . She's the 
senior class vice-president, 
president of Jr. Boosters, and 
a member of the French 
Club, Pep Club, Blue and 
White staff, Student Council, 
and National Honor Society. 
She's also a Big Sister . . . 
Her goal is to work with 
emotionally disturbed chil- 
dren. 




ROBERT DESCHENE 

"Bob" is active in the Art 
Club . . . His spare time is 
spent playing hockey and 
water skiing. 



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ROBIN DESCHENE 

"Sparrow" is active in the Art 
Club . . . Her spare time is 
spent horseback riding . . . 
Someday she hopes to become 
an executive secretary. 




ROLAND DESROCHER 

"Ron's" spare time is spent with 
cars . . . Hopes to someday 
work in the telephone company 
. . . His pet peeves are some 
teachers. 




JOHN DESSINGER 

"Johnny" hopes to someday 
become a youth counselor. 



ELLEN DEVANEY 

"El" is the senior class secre- 
tary, president of the Art and 
Pep Clubs, an editor of the 
Blue and White, and in the 
French Club and Yearbook 
Staff . . . College in the 
future . . . Enjoys painting 
and the beach . . . "Oh my 
God" . . . Peeved by 
"Moon calling" 




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EUGENE DEVANEY 

"Gene's" spare time is spent 
playing hockey and studying 
tropical fish . . . Someday, 
after college, he hopes to 
become a computer techni- 
cian or go into law. 



KATHLEEN DiMAURO 

"Kathy" hopes to be a good 
wife someday . . . Her hobbies 
are skating, table tennis, and 
hockey . . . "So-o-o!" 





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RICHARD DIODATI 

"Mich's" favorite saying is 
"Quit bugging me, will you!" 



WILLIAM DOLE 

"Bill McDill" is in the stage 
band . . . Wants to go into 
banking . . . "Tell me about 
it!" 




DIANE DOWD 

"Diane" wants to be successful 
in life . . . Enjoys swimming 
. . . "Sure, tell me another 



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DEBRA DUDLEY 

"Debbie" wants to be successful 
in life . . . Enjoys Swimming 
. . . "Oh, come on, huh?" 




KAREN DUBOIS 

"Karen" is active in the Deca 
Club . . . Would like to pursue 
an art career and marriage . . . 
"Wow, man!" 



SUSAN DURLING 

"Sue" is on the field hockey 
team and in the chorus . . . 
Would like a career in inhala- 
tion therapy . . . Enjoys making 
candles. 




KAREN EMMOTT 

"Big one" wants to be suc- 
cessful in life . . . Enjoys 
watching sunsets . . . "Get 
off that kick!" 



DEBORAH EWING 

"Deb" is in the Pep Club and 
Junior Boosters . . . Would 
like to become an x-ray tech- 
nician. 




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LINDA FEATHER 

"Feather Duster" is on the 
track team, Junior Boosters, 
and is basketball manager 
. . . Would like to teach the 
deaf and dumb . . . "You're 
so funny!" 



THOAAAS FERRARO 

"T. O." is in band . . 
enjoys playing sports 
"Get out!" "Come On!" 



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DAVID FERRIS 

"Moose" is in the French, Math 
and German Clubs, the Blue 
and White Staff and Senior 
Workshop . . . Wants to be a 
dentist or a star comedian . . . 
"Did you hear the one about 
the . . . " 



KATHLEEN FITZGERALD 

"Kathy" is still undecided about 
her future plans . . . "You're 
kidding." 




NEIL FEUGILL 

"Neil's" ambition is to be a 
policeman ... He enjoys play- 
ing the drums and collecting 
coins. 



JOHN FITZSIMONS 

"Fitzy" wants to become an air- 
craft mechanic . . . Likes to ski 
and hunt. 




MARCIA FLUET 

"Sunshine" wants happiness 
in her future . . . Enjoys the- 
atre and making music . . . 
"It's all in the mind." 



LISA FODERARO 

"Sophia" is a member of the 
Junior Boosters, Blue and 
White staff, French Club, 
Spanish Club, Art Club, Pep 
Club . . . Wants a career in 
nursing. 




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VITO FODERARO 

"Fud" is on the football, basket- 
ball, track, and baseball teams 
and Student Advisory Council 
chairman ... He plans to pur- 
sue a career in medicine . . . 
He dislikes closed studies. 




TOM FONES 

"Cowboy" is a member of the 
German Club, Blue and White 
staff, and Drug Council ... He 
wants to grow up like his hero, 
A. H. . . . "What, homework?" 




BRENDA FONTAINE 

"Brenda" is a member of the 
Rangerettes . . . She'd like 
to be a medical secretary. 



JAMES FORD 

"Hendrix" is an active mem- 
ber in the Art Club ... He 
wants to be a television tech- 
nician in the future. 



ELLEN FORD 

"Henry" is in the Italian 
Club, Jr. Boosters, track 
team, and basketball team 
. . . She wants to be a nurse 
. . . "You're a real winner." 



PATRICIA FORREST 

"Pat" is the treasurer of the 
Art Club and a member of 
the Pep Club . . . She enjoys 
traveling. 




MARY FRAM 

"Mary's" ambition is to go to 
Northern Essex to become a 
secretary. 




THOMAS FRAM 

"Tom" is on the football, bas- 
ketball, and spring track team 
... He wants to go to college 
to study conservation and to 
play football . . . "Pass!" 



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DENNIS FRECHETTE 

"Dennis" would like to own his 
own automotive shop ... He is 
interested in cars and pool. 




ROBERT FRECHETTE 

"Bob" likes playing 45's at 
school . . . His ambition is to 
make a good living ... He 
enjoys tinkering with cars. 



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JOAN FUGGE 

"Fudge" enjoys horseback 
riding . . . "Down to earth 
person." 



ROBIN FURNARI 

"Mayer" is the German Club 
historian . . . Her future 
plans include marriage in 
1 973 . . . enjoys outdoor 
sports, going to movies, and 
doing crossword puzzles. 



FREDERICK FURNARI 

"Fred" would like to become 
an automotive mechanic . . . 
He enjoys fixing cars and 
engines. 



CYNTHIA GALLANT 

"Cyndie" wants to be a hair- 
dresser . . . enjoys horse- 
back riding and ice skating 
. . . Peeved by false friends. 




MARC GALLANT 

"Marc" is on the work-study 
program . . . hopes to gradu- 
ate . . . enjoys doing nothing. 




JANE GANLEY 

"Boxer" is active in field 
hockey, track, Pep- and Prep 
Clubs, and powder puff football 
. . . wants to be successful and 
happy in life . . . enjoys swim- 
ming, cooking and skating. 



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IRIS GARABEDIAN 

"I" is a member of the 
French Club, and the Blue 
and White staff ... Is on 
the Powder Puff Football 
team . . . Enjoys skiing, skat- 
ing, dancing, singing, and 
swimming . . . Wants to be 
the first woman President. 



SHEILA GAUMOND 

"Sheila" wants to be a good 
secretary . . . Enjoys ice 
skating and roller skating 
... Is peeved by narrow- 
minded people. 




WILLIAM GENTILE 

"Bill" wants to graduate in 
June. 




HOLLY GETTINGS 

"Holly" is the senior class presi- 
dent, treasurer of the German 
Club, scouts, tutoring, and gui- 
tar club . . . Wants to be an 
Obstetrician . . . Enjoys music, 
international cuisine, and bak- 
ing. 



DEBBIE GIARRUSO 

"Little one" enjoys swimming 
and skiing . . . wants to be a 
secretary or an airline steward- 
ess. 



DOMINGO GONZALEZ 

"Domingo" is a member of the 
soccer team . . . Enjoys bowl- 
ing and basketball . . . Wants 
to work in management or engi- 
neering. 




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JOHN GOSSELIN 

"Goose" enjoys skiing and div- 
ing .. . Wants to graduate. 



PAULINE GOSSELIN 

"Pauline" enjoys Art and oil 
painting . . . Wants to be suc- 
cessful in life. 



BARBARA GOOSSENS 

"Barb" is active in basket- 
ball, Softball, field hockey, 
Jr. Boosters, Chorus, Spanish 
Club, Blue and White staff, 
History Workshop, and Sen- 
ior Workshop . . . Wants to 
be a Physical education 
teacher . . . enjoys playing 
the guitar and stamp collect- 
ing. 




JOHN GOTERCH 

"John" wants to graduate . . . 
enjoys collecting and listening to 
rock music. 







DEBRA GRASSO 

"Debbie" is a member of the 
National Honor Society . . . 
enjoys painting and playing 
the guitar . . . wants to 
major in elementary educa- 
tion at Salem State College. 



DONALD GREEN 

"Roachclip" enjoys 

attending parties, traveling 
and camping . . . Wants 
to stay free from worry 
. . . Wants to graduate. 




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DARLENE GRILLO 

Darlene wants to be a model 
. . . She enjoys skating, horse- 
back riding, swimming, and 
playing badminton. 





GAIL GROSWALD 

"Jackie" is always full of life 
. . . wants to be an airline 
stewardess. 



LINDA GUESSETTO 

"Lyn" enjoys ice skating, bas- 
ketball, dancing, and swimming 
. . . wants to be a physical 
therapist. 




A. EDWARD GROSS 

"Meatman" is active in J.V. 
basketball . . . His future 
plans include being Superin- 
tendent of the Methuen Pub- 
lic Schools. 




GARY GURKA 

"Doc" is a member of the 
yearbook staff, German 
Club, Math Club, Chorus, 
National Honor Society, Sen- 
ior Workshop, Blue and 
White staff, History Work- 
shop, and French Club . . . 
wants to be a doctor . . . 
enjoys playing chess, read- 
ing, and science. 




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GINA GUELI 

"Bina" is a member of the Ital- 
ian Club . . . Future plans 
include work in data processing 
. . . "That's me". 





JANE HADDAD 

"Janie" is active in the 
French Club, Spanish Club, 
Jr. Boosters, Flag Corps . . . 
is the Blue and White circula- 
tion manager and the Honor 
Society treasurer . . . wants 
to major in elementary edu- 
cation. 




NANCY HAJJAR 

"Nan" enjoys guitar playing 
and stamp collecting . . . hates 
to get up early . . . wants to 
go into radio broadcasting or 
be a bookkeeper. 



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JAYE HALDANE 

"Jaye" is active in field 
hockey, track, the Italian 
Club, and the Honor Soci- 
ety . . . Wants to be a 
math teacher . . . Peeved 
by woodpeckers. 




CAROLYN HAMM 

"Hamy" is active in Student 
Council as senior class advi- 
sor, Jr. Boosters, the Year- 
book Staff, the Spanish Club 
as secretary, field hockey 
team, and girls' basketball 
and softball co-captain . . . 
Hamy's spare time is spent 
bowling and coaching little 
girls' basketball and softball 
. . . Someday she hopes to 
become a physical education 
teacher or child counselor 
. . . Two-faced people are 
her pet peeves. 



JANE HAYS 

"Jane" is involved in the Art 
and Pep Clubs . . . Her 
favorite hobby centers 
around horseback riding . . . 
Her future plans are to 
attend college ... "A bye- 
bye." 





CYNTHIA HENSLEY 

"Hens" is active in the Art 
Club and Pep Club . . . 
Likes to have a good time 
and likes horses . . . Dis- 
likes the Tenney lunches 
. . . Hopes to become an 
airline stewardess. 



WILLIAM HIGGINS 

"Henry" is in the Band and 
German Club . . . Outside 
interests center around pho- 
tography and softball. 




JAMES HENDERSON 

"Jim's" activities outside 
of school consist of work, 
hunting, and fishing . . . 
Wants to be a hard 
worker and have a good 
job. 




WILLIAM HEWSON 

"Biff" is on the basketball 
team . . . "Shut up, 
Hutton." 



CYNTHIA HOFFMAN 

"Cindy" is a cheerleader 
and participates in the Jr. 
Boosters and Pep Club 
. . . She wants to become 
a secretary . . . Hates 
honey, ketchup, and may- 
onnaise sandwiches! . . . 
"Blah, Blah, Blah." 




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DORIS HOFFMAN 

"Doris" enjoys sewing and knit- 
ting . . . Peeved by untrusting 
people . . . wants to be a sec- 
retary or a hairdresser. 




RUSSELL HOFFMAN 
"Russ" is active in the band, the 
Blue and White, and in such 
sports as basketball, football, 
and baseball ... he hopes 
some day to be financially 
endowed . . . dislikes coaches 
not giving students a fair chance 
in tryouts . . . "twenty in 
clubs." 




CHARLES HOLLAND 
"Charlie" is unsure of a 
career but might enter into 
politics. 



SUSAN HOLLINS 
"Sue" is a member of the 
track team . . . outside activ- 
ities are horseback riding and 
sewing . . . She hopes to 
become a nurse . . . 



NANCY HOPKINSON 
"Nancy" belongs to the Art 
Club . . . She hopes to become 
a physical therapist. 





CATHLEEN HOVANASIAN 

"Cath" is the class treasurer 
. . . She is planning a career 
as an X-Ray technician . . . 
Cath dislikes people who 
hate chickens . . . 




SALLYANN HOVANASIAN 

"Sal" is the head cheer- 
leader . . . She belongs to 
the Spanish Club, Junior 
Boosters and Pep Club . . . 
She hopes to be an inhala- 
tion therapist . . . "What a 
body" . . . 



ARTHUR HUTTON 

"Teddy" is outstanding in 
football and basketball . . . 
"Oh really Biff?" 




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CAROL HYDER 

"Cal" enjoys cooking, horse- 
back riding, and ice skating 
. . . Hates hypocrites ... "I 
don't care." or "I don't know." 




EVERETT JABOUR 

"Ed" spends a good deal of his 
time with cars . . . "You'll see 
it." 




NASSAR JABOUR 

"Na Na's" ambition is to 
become an auto school 
teacher . . . His hobby is 
working on car bodies . . . 
His pet peeve is his brother. 



BARBARA JANKAUSKAS 

"Barb" is active in cheering 
and belongs to the Art and 
Pep Clubs . . . She enjoys 
horseback riding . . . Hopes 
to become a hairdresser . . . 
"I don't care." 




JOHN JANOWSKI 

"G. O." is successful in indoor 
and outdoor track and cross- 
country . . . His spare time is 
spent surfing or playing hockey 
. . . "Greaser." 




DEBRA JOAQUIN 

"Deb" enjoys bike-riding 
Dislikes hypocrites . . 
wouldn't doubt it." 



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ROBERT JOSEPH 

"B. J." is on the soccer, 
wrestling, and indoor track 
teams . . . His hobbies are 
skiing, hunting, and girls . . . 
Wants to become rich and 
enjoy life . . . Dislikes kids 
striving for brownie points in 
class . . . "Meathead." 



MAEVE JOYCE 

"Maeve" is a member of the 
school's work study program 
... A DECA member . . . 
Future plans center around 
cosmetology. 




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DAVID JUBA 

"David" wants to gradu- 
ate . . . Plans to enter the 
business world. 




"Who unplugged the typewriter?" 




KATHLEEN KELLY 

"Kathy" is a cheerleader, a 
member of the Pep Club, Jr. 
Boosters, and French Club 
. . . Enjoys skiing and surf- 
ing . . . Plans a nursing 
career . . . "Get off that 
kick!" 



ELI KALIL 

"Kuk" hopes to accom- 
plish what he begins . . . 
Time spent with girls, girls, 
and more girls . . . "Will 
you get off it!" . . . 
Peeved by nerve rackers. 





MARK KAZANJIAN 

"Devil" is an avid golfer . . . 
Belongs to the golf, track, and 
math teams . . . hobbies are 
spending time listening to music 
. . . someday he might go into 
business for himself . . . "That's 
no joke!" 



DAVID KEANE 

"Dave" usually attends his 
classes . . . Hopes to avoid 
work successfully ... Is occu- 
pied by wine, women, and song 
... Is peeved by quadriplegic 
toads. 



PATRICIA KENNEY 

"Pat" spends her spare 
time painting pictures . . . 
She hopes to become an 
x-ray technician. 




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PAUL KERRY 

"Paulaka" is on the Soccer 
team and in the Math League 
. . . Computer technologist 
in his future . . . Enjoys 
sports, music, and cars . . . 
"Hey Humma" . . . Peeved 
by empty bottles and gas 
tanks. 



MARY KITSON 

"Kitty" is the field hockey 
manager . . . Belongs to 
softball, Junior Boosters and 
Pep Club . . . Wishes to 
teach handicapped children 
. . . Enjoys sports . . . "I'm 
happy for you." 




JOHN KOCZAT 

"John" wishes to be the 
head of a trucking firm . . . 
Enjoys football, fishing and 
working on cars. 



GEORGE KORIZIS 

"Zorba" is a member of the 
cadet corps, track team and 
Latin Club president . . . 
Outside activities center 
around baseball and softball 
. . . Hopes to make a career 
in medicine or military serv- 
ice. 






"Here's a kiss for you!" 



ELIZABETH KORZEB 

"Liz" is a member of the Ital- 
ian club . . . College in the 
future . . . Enjoys fencing 
. . . Peeved by holey roads. 



CYNTHIA KOSTYLA 

"Cindy" is a member of the 
French Club and Junior 
Boosters . . . Future plans 
include college. 




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INTA KUCERIS 

"Into/' Secretary of Art Club 
. . . Plans to attend college 
. . . Likes playing the piano 
. . . Peeved by dented fend- 
ers . . . "If only I had a 
brain." 



LINDA KYRIAGES 

"Lin" is a co-captain of the 
majorettes and a chorus 
member . . . Hopes to 
become a dance and baton 
instructor . . . Wants to get 
to California . . . Likes danc- 
ing, baton twirling and music 
. . . Peeved by rained-out 
parades and inactive people 
. . . "Come on, let's go." 




MARIE LABRECQUE 

"Marie" is a Majorette and 
belongs to the co-op business 
program . . . Hopes to 
become an airline stewardess 
or an executive secretary. 



BARBARA LAGREE 

"Barb" enjoys sleeping . . . 
Hopes to succeed in life and be 
happy. 




REBECCA LADRE 

"Beckey" belongs to the Y- 
Teens and the French Club . . . 
Future plans are in the nursing 
field. 



MARGARET LAHEY 

"Maggie" is a member of the 
Latin Club . . . Plans to be a 
nurse . . . Likes to ski. 




ELIZABETH LAMBERT 
'Lee" wants to get ahead 



KENNETH LANDRY 

"Ken" is an avid golfer . . . 
Is on the golf team . . . 
Sports enthusiast . . . 
Peeved by people who are 
lucky with cards. 




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KATHLEEN LA ROSE 

"Kathy" belongs to the 
Spanish Club . . . College is 
in her future for a career in 
dental hygiene . . . Enjoys 
sewing. 



CONSTANCE LAUDANI 

"Connie" belongs to the 
Coop. Business Program . . . 
Ambition is to travel with her 
earned money . . . Likes lis- 
tening to music and sewing 
. . . "The worst place in the 
world to live is beyond one's 
means." . . . Her peeves are 
narrow-minded people. 




ELIZABETH LAVIGNE 

"Beth" is a member of the 
Coop. Business Program. 



DONNA LAWTON 

"Pistol Pete" is editor of the 
Blue and White and belongs to 
the Jr. Boosters, History Work- 
shop, Senior Workshop, and 
Chorus . . . Hobbies include 
music, bowling, and embroider- 
ing . . . Hopes to work with 
children . . . "Get off it." 




SUSAN LAVIOLETTE 

"Sue" participates in the Art 
Club, and Blue and and White 
. . . Enjoys building model cars 
. . . Wants to become an exec- 
utive secretary. 



GAIL LEMOINE 

"Gail" is the 1972-1973 foot- 
ball queen . . . School activities 
include Pep Club and Art Club. 




BLANCHE LeSAGE 

"Blanche" is a sewing enthu- 
siast . . . Future plans center 
around marriage. 



NANCY LESCARBEAU 

"Nanc" is a member of the 
National Honor Society and 
Latin Club . . . Enjoys knit- 
ting, sewing, and crocheting 
or reading . . . Hopes to 
become a medical secretary. 




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VIRGINIA LESCARBEAU 

"Ginny's" activities are the 
French Club, Art Club, and 
Honor Society . . . likes to 
draw and sew . . . dislikes get- 
ting up early for school. 





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LINDA LETOURNEAU 

"Linda" takes part in the Co- 
operative business experience 
. . . future plans include mar- 
riage. 




ELIZABETH LEVESQUE 

"Betty" spends her spare 
time snow skiing and bowling 
. . . "Hey man." 



KATHLEEN LINDNER 

"Kat" is looking forward to 
a long beautiful life . . . 
enjoys horseback riding and 
swimming . . . "Catch ya 
later". 



Zzz 



Zzz 



Zzz 



Zzz 



AUDREY LUCINSKAS 

"Aud's" favorite saying is "I 
don't care" ... a member 
of the D.E.C.A. club and 
enjoys sewing . . . pet 
peeves include everything. 





SANDRA LUMB 

"Sandy's" favorite saying is 
"You're kidding!" . . . activities 
include History Workshop, 
Honor Society, French Club, Y- 
Teens, and Majorettes . . . 
plans to be an elementary 
teacher . . . hates marching in 
anything but good weather. 



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WILLIAM MACAIONE 

"Mac" hopes to become a 
state police officer . . . His 
goal is to travel . . . Hates 
F-level class. 



DONALD MacLAUCHLAN 

"Don's" school activities 
include the German Club of 
which he is vice-president, 
the National Honor Society 
historian, Blue and White and 
Yearbook photographer, and 
a member of the Math and 
French Clubs as well as the 
History and Senior Workshop 
. . . Plans to enter the medi- 
cal field . . . Hobbies 
include photography and ski- 
ing. 




KEITH LYNCH 

"Bwief's" in the German 
Club ... He wants to be a 
mason ... In his spare time 
he likes to play hockey. 




MADONNA MACOUL 

"Mad's" favorite saying is "This 
is true." . . . Her activities 
include the Ecology Club and Jr. 
Boosters . . . Her ambition is to 
live a happy and successful life 
. . . Her pet peeves are stupid 
rules and school lunches. 



PAUL MAHONEY 

"Paul's" favorite saying is 
"Come off it, will you." . . . 
He is a member of the band 
and a former member of the 
Jr. Honor Society ... His 
goal is to be a keyboard 
teacher and performer . . . 
His hobbies include music 
and sports . . . Losing at 
anything is his pet peeve. 



LYNN MAINIERO 

"Gladys" is the president of 
the French Club, vice-presi- 
dent of the Honor Society, 
vice-president of the Pep 
Club, a member of the Year- 
book staff and Blue and 
White staff . . . Plans to 
become a French teacher 
. . . Not having enough time 
to do everything annoys her. 




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DIANE MALIGNAGGI 

"Die" wishes to become a 
great saleswoman . . . She 
keeps busy skating and sew- 
ing . . . hates being called 
by her last name by adults 
. . . "You're boring" . . . 



ANDREA MANIATAKOS 

"And's" activities are Presi- 
dent of the Ecology Club, 
Treasurer of the Junior Boost- 
er's, a member of the Blue 
and White, and Pep Club 
. . . Goals are to continue 
education and become a 
Medical Secretary . . . Pet 
peeves — phony people 




SUSAN MANSOR 

"Habeebee" is very active as 
co-captain in field hockey, bas- 
ketball, and Softball . . . 
belongs to the Pep Club and 
Junior Booster's and is President 
of the Senior workshop and 
Treasurer of the Italian Club 
. . . hobbies are sports, and . 
piano playing . . . Hopes to 
become a Physical Education 
teacher . . . Pet peeve — los- 
ing a game . . . 





RICHARD MARINO 

"Chino Marino's" favorite 
saying is "What can I say?" 
. . . His ambition is to 
become a disk jockey . . . 
Hobbies are The Rolling 
Stones and lunch. His pet 
peeve is short lunch periods 



JANE MARSDEN 

"Jane's ambition is to con- 
tinue her education in the 
secretarial field and to have 
a happy life . . . Her hob- 
bies are bowling and skating 
. . . Pet peeves are closed 
studies, two-faced people 
and being accused of cutting 
lunch lines . . . 



SANDRA MANSUR 

"Sandie's activities include Vice- 
President of the Italian Club and 
a member of the Ecology Club 
. . . Future plans are to become 
a writer or a veterinarian . . . 
Hobbies consist of Chess . . . 
Her favorite saying is "Wait 'til 
you read my book." 




GEORGE MARTIN 

"George" is a member of the 
History Workshop and chorus. 
His goal is to attend college. 




LuANN MARTIN 

"Lu Ann's" favorite saying, 
"Ah, Come on." She is a mem- 
ber of the chorus and the flag 
corp . . . Her ambition is to be 
successful as a practical nurse 
. . . Lu's hobbies are sewing 
and writing letters. 



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CHRIS MATSES 

"Greek's" favorite saying is 
"Let me see the sports 
page." . . . His school activi- 
ties are wrestling and base- 
ball . . . His ambition is to 
get married and his hobbies 
are ice hockey and table ten- 
nis. 



BARRY MAY 

"Barry's" favorite saying is 
"What can I say?" . . . His 
ambition is to become a 
teacher or a restaurant man- 
ager . . . His hobbies are 
bowling, horseback riding, 
and playing cards . . . His 
pet peeve is apathetic kids. 




MICHELE MAZZOTTA 

"Mickey's" activities are Busi- 
ness Cooperative work experi- 
ences . . . Her goal is to have 
a happy and successful future 
. . . Her hobbies are skiing, 
horseback riding, and sewing 
. . . Her pet peeves are 
people's attitudes when they say 
they can't do something — and 
they can if they try! 




LINDA McMAHON 

"Linda's" favorite saying is "Hi, 
Guy." . . . Her activities 
include Y-Teens, Latin Club, and 
chorus. She's also the historian 
of the Italian Club . . . Hobbies 
are judo and sewing . . . 
Linda's ambition is to become 
either a nurse or a physical ther- 
apist. 




susan McAllister 

"Sue" hopes to be successful 
in whatever her future holds 
. . . Her favorite hobby is 
sewing . . . She dislikes the 
lack of chairs in the cafeteria 
... "I can't wait to gradu- 
ate." 



GERALD McCALL 

"Jerry's" hobby is skiing 
. . . School is his pet peeve. 




KIMBERLY McADAM 

"Kim's" favorite saying is "I like 
your style." . . . Her goals 
include the continuation of her 
education and a successful life 
. . . Hobbies include sewing, 
cooking, and painting . . . Her 
pet peeve is to be taught some- 
thing when the person teaching 
isn't any more expert at it! 




ARAM MEGRIAN 

"Avis's" favorite saying is "Ya, 
you'll see it." . . . School activ- 
ities include baseball . . . His 
ambition is to become a disc 
jockey and sports announcer 
. . . Hobbies are surfing, base- 
ball, hockey, and basketball. 



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SUSAN MELNICKI 

"Sue" enjoys getting lost . . . 
Plans to make a lot of money 
... Is peeved by rules and 
regulations. 





KENNETH MESSINA 

"Ken" doesn't like to get 
involved 



MARY JANE MILLER 

"M. J." plans to go into nursing 
. . . Likes to watch sunset and 
go on trips . . . Dislikes spiders 
and the clique . . . Favorite 
saying is "Hey, what's happen- 
ing?" 




KAREN MILONE 

"Kar" is a member of the 
Pep Club . . . She plans 
to be a child psychologist 
. . . She likes to ice skate 
and ski ... Spiders 
annoy her . . . Favorite 
saying is "I'm so embar- 
rassed." 



KATHY MESSINA 

"Kat's" favorite sayings are 
"Smile, the world's still 
here," and "I don't believe 
it!" . . . She's Yearbook edi- 
tor, president of Italian Club, 
vice-president of chorus, vice- 
president of Math Club, trea- 
surer of Blue and White, and 
a member of Pep Club, 
National Honor Society and 
Senior Workshop . . . Col- 
lege and marriage are her 
future ambitions. 




TERESA MILLER 

"Terry's" a member of the 
Distributive Educational 
Club . . . Her hobbies are 
knitting and crocheting 
. . . Terry would like to 
do the best of her ability 
in whatever she does. 





JOSEPH MIELE 

"Mutley" plans to become part 
of Miele's Hot Co. Inc. . . . 
Enjoys sports ... Is a member 
of the soccer team, French Club, 
and Italian Club . . . Hates to 
wait . . . Favorite saying is 
"Come On." 




CYNTHIA MOONEY 

"Cindy" plans to go into 
social work . . . Her favorite 
saying is "Oh, Really!" . . . 
She is a member of the 
Spanish Club and Senior 
Workshop . . . She likes to 
crochet, travel and have fun 
. . . She dislikes snobs, war, 
cliques and staying home. 



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MARK MORSE 

"Mark" is a member of the 
football team . . . Plans to 
become a teacher . . . Enjoys 
basketball and football. 




GARRY MORISSETTE 

"Garry" is a member of the 
Math Club, Honor Society, 
and the Varsity Soccer Team 
. . . His hobbies are hockey 
and basketball . . . He'd like 
a career in Math . . . His 
favorite saying is "Come on, 
huh!" 



DIANE MOSCHETTO 

"Die's" favorite saying is 
"You're kidding" . . . Plans 
to attend Secretarial School 
and later become a legal 
secretary . . . She likes rid- 
ing around and working . . . 
Teachers who give homework 
and talk in a monotone 
annoy her. 





LINDA MORLEY 

"Linda" plans to become a 
stewardess and she dislikes 
school. 



CAMILLE MOSCHETTO 

"Camille" is a member of the 
French Club, Ecology Club, 
Blue and White staff and the 
Track Team . . . She plans 
to go to college . . . Enjoys 
skiing, reading, and working 
. . . Rain annoys her. 





SHARON MOSHER 

"Shar" enjoys skiing . . . Her 

pet peeve is cliches . . . Her 

ambitions are to be a book- 
keeper and to have fun. 



ROSEMARY MOTTOLA 

"Rosey" plans to be a wife and 
a hairdresser . . . Her favorite 
saying is "O My God" . . . 
She enjoys sewing, Mario, and 
creative arts . . . She dislikes 
school, snobs, and yelling. 




ELLEN MULLIGAN 

"El" plans to go into nursing 
and she likes driving . . . 
She is a member of the Ecol- 
ogy Club . . . She doesn't 
like waiting for anyone and 
always says "Really? I don't 
believe it!" 




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SHARON NAJUCH 

"Shar" plans to go into Math 
. . . She's in the Rangerettes 
. . . enjoys sports and dancing 
. . . peeved by "homework." 



JAMES MURPHY 

"Murph" plans to own his 
own business . . . enjoys 
drag racing . . . level "E" 
closed study he dislikes . . . 
favorite saying isl"ZEEB." 





PATRICIA MUSE 

"Patty" is a member of the Art 
Club and Blue and White . . . 
her hobby is skating . . . 
peeved by "cliches." 



DEBORAH NASON 

"Nasty Nason's" favorite say- 
ing is "Hey" . . . She enjoys 
swimming, skiing and going out 
to have a good time . . . she 
dislikes snakes, spiders and 
snobs. 




DAWN NELSON 

"Dawn" is a member of the 
hockey team . . . she plans 
to be a nurse . . . enjoys 
sewing. 



WILLIAM NOONAN 

"Wild Bill" is a member of 
the soccer team . . . Teach- 
ers are his pet peeves. 




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MICHAEL NOVELLO 

"Mikey" He'd like a career in 
the Air Force, or just learn how 
to fly planes . . . Drag racing is 
his hobby . . . His favorite say- 
ing is "I'd rather eat worms 
than drive a Ford" . . . Peeved 
by "E" level closed study. 



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DONALD O'CLARE 

"Don" is a member of the 
D.E.C.A. Club . . . Plans to 
become a store manager or to 
own his own business . . . 
Enjoys skiing and hockey. 




ROSALIND PAPOTTO 

"Ros" plans to become a secre- 
tary and to be a great wife 
. . . She wants to go across 
country to California . . . She 
enjoys traveling . . . Modern 
poetry, staying home at night, 
cliches and being alone are her 
pet peeves. 



COLLEEN O'CONNELL 

"Colleen" is a member of 
the German Club . . . Plans 
to become a nurse. 



DEBORAH OUELLETTE 

"Debbie" plans to become a 
computer programmer or 
accountant . . . She enjoys 
water skiing and horseback 
riding . . . School annoys 
her. 



MICHAEL O'SULLIVAN 

"Mike" plans to become a 
teacher . . . Enjoys skiing. 




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'Me Jane, Him Tarzan!" 





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GREGORY PARIS 

"Greg" plans to attend college 
... He enjoys watching sports 
... Is a member of the soccer 
team, baseball and basketball 
team. 




DANIEL PARKER 

"Wess" plans to be an architect 
or an engineer ... He enjoys 
drawing, chess, cards, tennis, 
and shooting . . . Teachers 
annoy him. 




CAROL PETERS 

"Pete," President of the 
D.E.C.A. Club, a member of 
the Blue and White and also 
in the French Club . . . She 
hopes to find happiness help- 
ing others . . . "no sir, 
you've got to be kidding" is 
her favorite saying. 



RITA PIESLAK 

"Pete" is very active in the 
French and Italian Clubs . . . 
Her goal is to get out of Ten- 
ney and go to college . . . 
Waiting to reach her goal, 
she enjoys bowling and ten- 
nis. 



ANN PICCOLOMINI 

"Pickles" is active in the His- 
tory Workshop and the 
French Club . . . Her ambi- 
tion is to be a teacher. 



PAULA PILVELIS 

"Paul" plans to be a nurse 
... in her spare time she 
enjoys sewing and skiing 
. . . peeved by snakes. 




ROSALYN PITOCCHELLI 

"Ros" plans to get as much out 
of life as possible . . . She 
enjoys skating . . . Her favorite 
saying is "Really" . . . peeved 
by teachers who pile on the 
homework. 




SUSAN PLOUFFE 

"Plouffie" is historian of the 
French Club, Secretary-treasurer 
of Senior History Workshop, 
member of the National Honor 
Society . . . She is in the Ecol- 
ogy Club, and manager of 
Girl's Basketball and Field 
Hockey Team ... In her spare 
time she enjoys photography 
and sports. 



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CLAIRE POIRIER 

"Claire's" favorite saying is 
"Strange People" . . . Her hob- 
bies include eating, sleeping, 
and parties . . . She hates 
snobs. 





MARLENE POTVIN 

"Shorty's" favorite saying 
is "Not again" ... In her 
sophomore year she was in 
field hockey . . . Her ambi- 
tion is to be a success in 
whatever field she chooses. 



PATRICIA PRIVITERA 

"Pat" is active in the Art 
Club and Pep Club . . . 
Her ambition is to study 
mental health and counsel- 
ing . . . She enjoys sewing 
and skiing . . . Her pet 
peeves are stubborn people 
and being ignored. 



MICHAEL PRIVITERA 

"Priv's" active in the Art 
Club . . . His hobby is ski- 
ing. 



NANCY PROULX 

"Nanc" plans to be a stew- 
ardess, secretary or go into 
fashion retailing . . . 
"What am I going to do?" 
. . . Skiing and sewing are 
her hobbies . . . Dislikes 
dumb people and people 
who try to act dumb when 
they are not. 



GERALDINE POTTER 

"Gerry's" favorite sayings are 
"You'll get over it," and "You 
are you, which is great to be; I 
am I which is all I can be." . . . 
Her school activities are chorus, 
newspaper, and Art Club . . . 
Her ambition is to be a private 
music teacher . . . Her hobbies 
are painting, theater and choral 
work . . . Her pet peeve is not 
finding chairs in the cafeteria at 
lunch time. 




CECILE PROVENCHER 

"Cecile's" spare time is spent 
sewing and skating . . . Her 
favorite saying is, "Get out of 
here." . . . Cecile's pet peeve 
is when people say she is 
skinny. 




ROBERT RAMEY 

"Robert's" favorite saying is 
"Far out, man." . . . His ambi- 
tion is undecided. 



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ANNE REMILLARD 

"Annie's" favorite saying is, 
"I'm tired!" . . . Her ambi- 
tion is to enjoy life as much 
as she can ... In her spare 
time she enjoys horseback 
riding and playing cards . . . 
Her pet peeves are getting 
up and people who always 
nag. 



MARYLOU RICCI 

"Louie's" favorite saying is, 
"You're sick." . . . She is 
still undecided about what 
she wants to do. 




JANET RATCLIFFE 

"Janet" is a member of the 
Band and German Club . . . 
Her ambition is to become a 
dental hygenist and in her 
spare time she enjoys mt. 
climbing, skiing, sewing, 
horseback riding and her cat 
. . . Janet hates being 
ignored. 



DAVIN RAYMOND 

"Dave's" ambition is to be 
rich ... In his spare time he 
enjoys hockey and mountain 
climbing. 



CATHY RIVELA 

"Cathy's" spare time is spent 
skating . . . She hopes to 
someday be a hairdresser or 
to work for an insurance 
company . . . Her favorite 
saying is, "I'm so starving." 





LORNA RICCI 

"Lorna's" favorite saying is, 
"Take a left!!!" . . . She is a 
member of the National 
Honor Society . . . Her 
ambition is to become an 
accountant and to be happy 
... In her spare time she 
enjoys ice hockey. 



DONNA RILEY 

"Dee-Dee's" favorite saying 
is "Keep it in your sneaker." 
. . . Her ambition is to be a 
bank teller or have an office 
job ... In her spare time 
she enjoys crocheting, swim- 
ming, dancing, bowling, and 
collecting 45's and albums. 



CHRIS ROBERT 

"Chris" wants to become a 
Mass. state tropper . . . His 
hobbies are weight lifting, 
painting and karate. 




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MARK ROBERT 

"Mark's" ambition is to 
become a computer program- 
mer ... In his spare time he 
enjoys karate. 



DONALD ROGERS 

"Kogers" favorite saying is 
"Hey Sweat" . . . Kogers 
partakes in soccer and track 
. . . His ambition is to go to 
college and become an archi- 
tect . . . One of his pet 
peeves is people bothering 
him about something. 




BEVERLY ROMANUK 

"Bev's" favorite saying is "This 
is true" . . . Bev's a member of 
Junior Boosters and Ecology 
Clubs . . . Her goal is to be a 
nurse ... In her spare time she 
enjoys swimming, driving and 
sleeping . . . Her pet peeve is 
being lied to, and being bored. 



SUSAN ROSS 

"Sue's" favorite saying is, 
"What are we gonna do 
tonight?" . . . She belongs to 
DECCA . . . Her future plans 
include becoming a store buyer 
... In her spare time she likes 
to travel and go horseback rid- 
ing. 




PHILIP RONSIVALLI 

"Phil" is on the track team . . . 
His ambition is to be a dentist 
... In his spare time he has an 
interest in tennis, soccer and 
track. 



MICHAEL RUBERA 

"Hippie's" ambition is to go to 
college and earn money. 




JANIS RUFFEN 

"Ruff's" school activities are 
Blue and White, Pep and 
German Clubs, varsity bas- 
ketball and girls' track . . . 
Ruff's desire is to go to col- 
lege . . . Her hobbies are 
sports and writing . . . Her 
pet peeve is "I'd like to see 
the following girls in my 
office." 



WAYNE RUNIONS 

"Wayne's" future plans are 
undecided . . . "Far out 




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MARYANN SACCUZZO 

"Saccuzz" is active in the 
band, Pep Club, and the 
Blue and White . . . Her 
future plans are undecided 
. . . "This is true!" Skiing, 
listening and playing 
music are her hobbies 



MARY ST. LAURENT 

*'Stu" is active in field 
hockey, track team and bas- 
ketball . . . She is a member 
of the French, Pep, Ecology, 
History Workshop Clubs and 
the Honor Society . . . Her 
goal is to become a radiolog- 
ical technician. 




KATHY SALOIS 

"Kathy" wants to work in an 
office in the future . . . She 
enjoys tennis . . . Her pet 
peeve, "girls in office 
machines!!" 




PAULA SAVASTANO 

"P.J." is a student council mem- 
ber and cadet queen . . . Her 
ambition is to become an airline 
stewardess . . . She enjoys 
dancing but pet peeve is closed 
study . . . "Spiffy." 



SANDRA SANGUEDOLCE 

"Sandy" is active in the Span- 
ish, Latin, History Workshop, 
and Junior Boosters Clubs, and 
a member of Chorus and the 
Blue and White . . . She wants 
to be a nurse and get married 
. . . hates two-faced people. 



JOSEPH SAPIENZA 

"Moke" wants to work as a 
printer and do woodworking on 
his own . . . His hobbies are 
basketball and playing cards 




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STEVEN SCHUBERT 

"Schube's" a member of 
D.E.C.A. and the German 
Club ... He plans to attend 
a college for radio and tele- 
vision broadcasting or to 
major in accounting . . . His 
hobbies include sports . . . 
"I can't believe I ate the 
whole thing!" 



STEPHEN SCIUTO 

"Steve" has been active in 
the D.E.C.A. Club ... His 
future plans are undecided 
... He is interested in cars. 




DIANE SCHELLING 

"Diane" has been active in 
the History Workshop, French 
Club, and Junior Achieve- 
ment . . . Her goal is to be 
successful and happy in life 
. . . She enjoys painting. 




"Sue" wants to go to barber 
school or work in the future 
. . . She enjoys skiing . . . 
Hates two-faced people. 



EILEEN SEVERANCE 

"Eileen" is active in the Ger- 
man and French Clubs . . . 
She plans a career in nurs- 
ing. 



ELIZABETH SEYMOUR 

"Liz" is a former member of 
the chorus . . . Her goal is 
to become a housewife and 
graduate from high school 
. . . She enjoys sewing . . . 
"Neat!" 




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CAROLE SHEA 

"Chester" is on Work Study 
. . . Plans to get married 
. . . Dislikes Cliques . . . 
"Hey kids!" 




GLENN SHEEHAN 

"Glenn" is on Work Study 
. . . His future plans are 
undecided . . . "What's 
happening man!" 



PRISCILLA SHEEHY 

"Priscilla" plans to become a 
secretary. 





LAURIE SHICK 

"Laurie" is active in cheer- 
ing, Pep Club, Jr. Boost- 
ers, and History Workshop 
. . . Wants to become a 
fashion merchandiser . . . 
Enjoys skiing and surfing. 



MICHELLE SICOTTE 

"Shelly" plans to become a 
practical nurse and lead a 
happy life . . . Enjoys sew- 
ing. 





STANLEY SIDLIK 

"Staush" has detention as 
his school activity . . . Enjoys 
drumming ... "I don't 
know." 



NANCY SIGMON 

"Nance" plans to become a 
computer analyst . . . Likes 
sewing . . . "Grow, Mrs. 
Goldfarb!" 




CHARLENE SILVA 

"Charlene" wants to 
become an airline stew- 
ardess . . . Enjoys ski- 
ing .. . "Oh, whoa!" 




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BENJAMIN SILVERSTEIN 

"Ben" is the French Club trea- 
surer, first page editor of the 
Blue and White, a History 
Workshop, Honor Society, and 
yearbook staff member . . . 
Plans to go to college. 




GILLES SIROIS 

"Igor's" ambitions are either 
to go to college or join the 
army. 





ELIZABETH SOMERSET 

"Lizzy" is in Jr. Boosters, 
Spanish and Ecology clubs 
... Is undecided about her 
future . . . "Which one's 
bigger?" 



LOUISE SIROIS 

"Lou" is active in the 
Honor Society . . . Wants 
to become a secretary 
and to lead a happy life 
. . . Dislikes two-faced 
people. 




WALTER SMITH 

"Walter" is a member of the 
Latin and German Clubs and 
History Workshop . . . 
Wants to go to college . . . 
Dislikes D.F.'s jokes. 



ROBERT SOUCY 

"Shoosh" plans to be an 
auto mechanic or a construc- 
tion worker . . . Enjoys ski- 
ing and snowmobiling. 





NATALIE SPAMPINATO 

"Space Queen" is active in 
Softball, volleyball, and field 
hockey . . . Wants to 
become an airline stewardess 
. . . "What's happening?" 




SUSAN SPINDLER 

"Sue's" active in the Jr. 
Boosters, Ecology and French 
Clubs, and volleyball . . . 
Her future plans are unde- 
cided . . . "You know?!" 



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SUSAN STROZZA 

"Sue" is active in the Art 
Club . . . Her future plans 
are undecided. 




DOROTHY SZELEST 

"Blonde Bomber" is in the Art 
and Pep Clubs . . . Plans to be 
a commercial artist . . . Hates 
"Sunday drivers" during the 
week . . . "Cool your motor!" 




MAUREEN SULLIVAN 

"Moe" is active in Jr. Boosters, 
Chorus, the Blue and White, 
Ecology and French Clubs, and 
volleyball . . . Plans to go to 
college . . . "The one on the 
left." 



BRENDA THERIAULT 

"Shorty" is active in the French 
Club, Chorus, and Y-Teens . . . 
Wants to be successful ... Is 
interested in bowling . . . 
"Take it for what it's worth." 




LEIGH ANN TIMOTHY 

"Leigh" is active in the Art 
and French Clubs . . . Wants 
to help the handicapped . . . 
She enjoys skiing. 



MICHAEL TOOMEY 

"Mike" wants to become a 
lawyer ... He is interested 
in photography. 




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PATRICIA TOWLER 

"Patty" is an active member 
of the chorus . . . Wants to 
be a teacher of early child- 
hood education . . . Dislikes 
people asking, "What do 
you mean?" 



MARY TRAINA 

"Mary" is an active member 
of the French Club, History 
Workshop, and the chorus 
. . . Her ambition is to go to 
college. 




DIANE TREMBLAY 



"Trem's" ambition is to go on 
to school and to get a job . . . 
Her hobby is skating. 



PAUL TUMINOWSKI 

"Tume" is in the band and 
Honor Society . . . Wants to 
learn to play the trombone well 
. . . D.F.'s jokes annoy him. 




PAULA TREMBLAY 

"Trem" is in the Spanish, 
French, and Ecology Clubs, Jr. 
Boosters, field hockey and soft- 
ball . . . Wants to be successful 
and happy. 




PAMELA VALCOURT 

"Pammy" is a member of the 
D.E.C.A. club ... Her goal is 
marriage or banking . . . Slip- 
pery floors bother her . . . 
"Quit picking on me!" 



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CHARLES VAN COPPENOLLE 

"Chuck" is on the baseball 
team . . . Wants to become a 
radio sportscaster . . . Favorite 
saying, "Nobody's perfect." 




DEBORAH 

VAN COPPENOLLE 

"Rockie" wants to be a hair- 
dresser . . . She hates being 
called short . . . "Are you 
for real?" 





HERBERT VOGEL 

"Hurricane" is on the foot- 
ball, baseball, and basketball 
teams . . . Ambition is to 
live in Montana . . . "Hello 
there young fellow (lady)" 



THOMAS WALTON 

"Shakey" is active in intramural 
basketball . . . ambition is to 
be wealthy . . . Dislikes level D 




JUDIE WAITES 

"Judie" wants to be a zoologist 
. . . She likes making hooked 
rugs. 



EUGENE WEISENBORN 



"Wrangler" Reg enjoys hunt- 
ing and fishing . . . Wants 
to become a stunt driver. 





ROBERT WHITESIDE 

"Grandpappy" likes drag 
racing and fishing, and hunt- 
ing . . . Dislikes coming to 
school . . . Favorite saying 
"Keep on truckin." 




DIANE WILSON 

"Dee" is in the Honor Society 
. . . She wishes to be a good 
human being . . . Hates to see 
people being teased or made 
fun of . . . "I can't wait to 
graduate!" 



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GLENN WITKUM 

"Glenn's" ambition is to 
become a millionaire . . . 
Hunting and camping are his 
hobbies . . . "Charlie, 
where's Nassar?" 



FRANK WOJTAS 

"Frank's" pet peeve is a cer- 
tain person. 




JOHN WOJTAS 

"John" is on the track team 
. . . Future plans include the 
aviation industry and a wish 
to see the world . . . His 
pastime is woodworking. 



ELLEN ZENEVITCH 

"Zen" is on the field hockey 
team and a member of the 
History Workshop and Pep 
Club . . . Her ambition is to 
be happy and successful. 




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JUDITH ZAPPALA 

"Zap" is active in the Art 
and Pep Clubs . . . Future 
plans include becoming a 
stewardess . . . Hates being 
ignored while she's talking 
. . . "Oh, that makes me so 
mad!" 



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Late Show 
Seniors 




Carl Frasca 
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William Blais 
Roland Blanchard 
Robert Brearly 
Joseph Byron 
Thomas Byron 
Michael Cameron 
Albert Desrochers 
Glen Fuller 
John Giso 
Joseph Goterch 
Clyde Goulet 
Gary Haidaichuk 
Paul Hajjar 
Albert Hamel 
Michael Harris 



Shy Seniors 



Joseph Mottola 
"Joe" 




Jeffery Hoehn 
Judy Holloway 
Richard Ippolito 
James Jackson 
Anthony Longo 
John LoPizzo 
Raymond Maynard 
Thomas McDonough 
Wilberto Mercado 
Terrence O'Connell 
Robert Rivela 
Suzanne Robitaille 
Sam Romeo 
Raymond Tulley 
Judy Walker 



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Mr. David Whiting 
Our Advisor 



How do you describe 

a man 
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all he possibly could 
for a student? 

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and he must 

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are hard to find 
but sometimes 
they are found 
as they were 
in our year 
1973 

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3rd row: (L to r), V. Foderaro, R. Kershaw, B. Buckley, W. Daigle, M. Morse, Z. Bogosian, S. Roman, S. Nolet, J. Weinhold, A. Hutfon, L. Holden, T. Fram, J. Bogannam. 
2nd row: (L to r), H. Finocchario, J. Morway, K. Alexa, J. Lerned, B. Nicholson, F. Simms, S. Bedrosian, T. Morin, H. Vogel, P. Lozowski. 
7s/ row: (L to r), T. Griffin, D. Cirella, M. Concher, M. Ewing, J. Tommacchio, S. Wooles, T. Byron, C. Goulet, R. Tremblay. 



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Coach Robert Rosmarino with Co-captains Tom 
From and John Bogannam 



Football 




The Methuen Rangers carried off a 
fantastic 5-4 regular season with a 
6-4 total season. Methuen is up and 
coming. 



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METHUEN FOOTBALL SCORES 


Burlington 


26-8 


Chelmsford 


14-10 


at Wilmington 


7-29 lost 


at Billenca 


18-15 


No. Andover 


6-23 lost 


Salem, N.H. 


6-13 lost 


at Tewksbury 


15-14 


at Andover 


1 6-29 lost 


Dracut 


14-6 



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Coach Sorter and Co-Captains Greg Paris and Joe Miele. 



Soccer 



VARSITY SCHEDULE 


Sept. 1 2 


at Wilmington 


14 


St. Johns 


19 


Pea body 


21 


at Andover 


26 


Lynn Classical 


28 


at Danvers 


30 


Billerica 


Oct. 3 


at Lynn English 


5 


Wilmington 


10 


at St. John's 


12 


at Peabody 


17 


Andover 


18 


at Lynn Classical 


24 


Danvers 


26 


Lynn English 


30 


at Lawerance 




Front row: (L to r), Bob Joseph, Paul Kerry, Bill Noonan, John Dedeus, Don Rogers. 

Back row: (L to r), Tom McDonough, Garry Morissette, Greg Paris, Joe Miele, Jose Medeiros. 



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1st row: (L to r), P. Kerry, M. Roberts, R. Joseph, J. Miele, G. Paris, D. Martin, S. Florenz. 
2nd row: Coach Sorter, Manager R. Pricer, K. Sinibaldi, A. Augeri, D. Michaud, T. Savastano. 
3rd row: R. Trembley, R. Townsend, G. Morissette, S. Hebsch, J. Dedeus, K. Pendergast, S. Hynes. 
4th row: D.. Rogers, T. McDonough, J. Vallencourt, C. Blaser, D. Ratcliffe, W. Noonan, J. Medeiros. 





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WINTER TRACK 


J. Jonowski 


S. Ripley 


M. Mantamura 


R. Gingress 


B. Apkenian 


K. Lavigne 


G. Benson 


R. Nolet 


J. Jackson 


R. Santiago 


F. Minichino 


J. Witzgall 


G. Gosselin 


J. Petri No 


C. Dillon 


B. Beeley 


M. Desrosiers 


T. Lawton 


K Lumb 


V. Peter 


M. Parrone 






WINTER TRACK 


CROSS COUNTRY 


Sept. 


27 Andover 


Nov. 


4 All State Class Meet 


Sept. 


29 Chelmsford 


Boston 


Oct. 


2 at Bilierica 


Nov. 


1 1 New England 


Oct. 


6 at Central Catholic 


Championship 




Methuen vs. Central 


Dec. 


1 5 Lawrence Voc. 


Oct. 


10 Wilmington 


Dec. 


20 Danvers 


Oct. 


1 3 Tewksbury 


Jan. 


9 Chelmsford 


Oct. 


14 Catholic Memorial 


Jan. 


1 2 Tewksbury 


Oct. 


1 6 at Dracut 


Jan. 


1 6 Shawsheen 


Oct. 


21 Invitational Meet 


Jan. 


1 9 North Reading 


Oct. 


25 at Bilierica 


Jan. 


23 Bishop Fenwick 


Oct. 


27 Salem N.H. 


Jan. 


26 Wilmington 


Oct. 


28 State Meet at Boston 










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Cross Country 

A Team of experts 
Trying to fill the minute 
With a minute's distance 
run . . . Go! 



SENIOR VARSITY RUNNER: John Janowski 




H is for the halfback hail and 
hardy 

O is for the offense strong 
and true 

C is for the corners that score 
goals 

K is for the kicks we shouldn't 
do 

E is for the energy required 

Y is for the yells after a goal 
is scored 

Put them altogether they spell 

HOCKEY, One Of the best SportS (L (o r) D Ne | son E BeM c Hamm p Jremblay, J. Celia, S. Mansor, J. Ganley, M. St. Laurent, J. 

in the world. Duriing. 

2nd row: (L to r), B. Goosens, S. Plouffe, F. Carrozza, A. Costa, A. Galloway, M. Deschene, P. Fallon, 
M. Kitson, Coach-Mary Schruender. 




Haldane, S. 
S. Batchelor, 



Girl's 

Field 

Hockey 






1 972 RECORD 




Oct. 


3 Methuen 


3 


Dracut 1 




Oct. 


6 Methuen 


2 


Wilmington 


1 


Oct. 


1 Methuen 





Billerica 





Oct. 


1 3 Methuen 





Tewksbury 





Oct. 


1 7 Methuen 





Chelnsford 


1 


Oct. 


20 Methuen 





Andover 


5 


Oct. 


24 Methuen 





Burlington 


1 


Oct. 


26 Methuen 


3 


Tewksbury 





Oct. 


30 Methuen 


1 


Billerica 


1 




Won Lost 


Tied 






3 3 


3 







(L to r) Co-Captain J. Celia, Coach Mary Schruender, Co- 
Captain S. Mansor. 




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And they score again!!! 



MVP — Marlene Deschene 











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Basketball 

The Tenney Rangers 
"Our" Team! 





SCHEDULE 


Dec. 


8 


MVC Jamboree 


Dec. 


15 


Bishop Fenwick 


Dec. 


19 


at Dracul 


Dec. 


22 


at Austin Prep 


Dec. 


27 


Christmas Festival 


Dec. 


29 


Christmas Festival 


Jan. 


2 


at Billenca 


Jan. 


5 


Wilmington 


Jan. 


12 


Central Catholic 


Jan. 


16 


Andover 


Jan. 


19 


at Tewksbury 


Jan. 


23 


Chelmsford 


Jan. 


26 


Dracut 


Jan. 


31 


Austin Prep 


Feb. 


2 


Billenca 


Feb. 


6 


at Wilmington 


Feb. 


13 


at Central Catholic 


Feb. 


16 


at Andover 


Feb. 


20 


Tewksbury 


Feb. 


23 


at Chelmsford 






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(L to r), Back row: Coach Smith, 
F. Eaton, J. Weinhold, R. 
Ganem, L. Holden, F. Simms, 
Coach Rimas. 

Front row: R. Bourdelais, Co- 
Captains B. Heuson and J. 
Bogannam, V. Foderaro. 
Missing: P. LeSaffre, T. Fram. 



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(L to r), Back row: J. Baggetta, 
S. Welch, W. Daigle, Coach 
Smith, R. Dalwat, J. O'Loughlin, 
S. Das. 

Front row: B. Blood, J. Lerned, R. 
Townsend, B. Raymond, G. Che- 
ney. 




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Basketball 



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Team 

Go! 







1972-1973 RECORD 




Dec. 


19 


Chelmsford 


43 


Methuen 


38 


Dec. 


22 


Methuen 


47 


Dracut 


23 


Jan. 


2 


Methuen 


47 


Andover 


41 


Jan. 


5 


Methuen 


49 


Wilmington 


34 


Jan. 


9 


Methuen 


38 


Tewksbury 


34 


Jan. 


16 


Billerica 


34 


Methuen 


32 


Jan. 


19 


Methuen 


35 


Dracut 


32 


Jan. 


23 


Chelmsford 


53 


Methuen 


41 


Jan. 


26 


Methuen 


55 


Tewksbury 


35 


Jan. 


30 


Billerica 


44 


Methuen 


40 


Feb. 


6 


Methuen 


65 


Wilmington 


27 


Feb. 


13 


Methuen 


61 


Andover 


48 




Billerica Tournament - 


- Feb. 28 








Westford 63 


, Methuen 51 








Won 


Lost 










8 


4 










Finished 2nd 


in their league 






(L to r), J. Chechovich, C. Hamm, 
S. Mansor, F. Carrozza, N. Har- 
ris. 

Back: (L to r), B. Goossens, B. 
Barlo, A. Galloway, N. Ford, E. 
Bell, M. Deschene, P. Fallon, 
Coach Sullivan. 



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Fight! 

Score! 
Win! 

Yea! 




Oh! What should I do NOW? 



Co-Captains — Carol Hamm and Susan Mansor with Coach Sullivan. 






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Boys' Gymnastics 




(L to r), Ed May, Gerald Comtois, B. Perkins, D. Stoft, M. Saindon, T. Schick, G. Comtois, M. LeFleur, M. Lawton. 
Kneeling: J.V. Coach — Jim LePlante. 






Varsity Coach — Mr. Norman Malo 





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Girls' Gymnastics 




(L to r), Standing: B. Follansbee, J. Soucy, K. Saindon, M. Elias, Coach Bergeron. 
Sitting: (L to r), K. Flanagan, S. Waine, L. Sharon. 







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Boys 




1st row: (L to r), M. Halliby, R. Tremblay, D. LeBrun, R. Joseph, J. Angelone, L. Farrah, G. Feole, M. Grisello. 
2nd row: (L to r), Coach Jack Starr, S. Winn, M. Patera, D. Collins, S. Bedrosian, M. Ewing, Asst. Coach K. Hall. 
3rd row: (L to r), R. Demers, B. Crane, S. Hayden, M. Trussell. 
4th row: (L to r), M. LeBrun, J. Collins, M. Conceri. 




(L to r), Bob Joseph — Co-Captain, Jack Starr — Coach, Jim Angelone 
— Co-Captain. 





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No one is through till he stops 

No matter how hard Failure hits 
No matter how often he drops 
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In the dust and refuses to rise 

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Nor beat till no longer he tries 




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Tracy — Co-captain 
Laurie — Co-captain 
Kathy 
Cindy 



Advisor: Miss Elaine Kevgas 



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1972-1973 
MAJORETTES 





Left top to bottom: Sandy Lumb, Lynne 

Robidoux, Cheryl LaPlante 

Middle: front: Cathy Paris 

Rear: Lisa Nolin 

Right top to bottom: Rhoda LaTorre, 

Paula Sullivan, Paula Vaiknoras 

Left: Co-Captain (in white) Linda Kyr- 

iages 

Right: Co-Captain (in white) Donna Dem- 

erjian 



OUR SENIORS 
Donna Demerjian Sandy Lumb Linda Kyriages 



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(L to r) OFFICERS: V. Andreoli-Treas., P. Tuminowski-Pres., P. Mahoney-Drum Major, M. 
Saccuzzo-V.Pres., J. Angelone-Sec, Mr. Ralph Foresman, Director. 



Band 



And 



Seniors 



(L to r), M. Saccuzzo, V. Andreoli, J. Angelone, R. Hoffman, P. Tumonowski 
M. Cameron, R. Cook, (Center) P. Mahoney. 




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Front row: (L to r), V. Andreoli, R. Cook, J. Angelone, P. Mahoney, P. Tuminowski, M. Cameron, M. Saccuzzo, R. Hoffman. 
2nd row: (L to r), Mr. R. Foresman (Director), J. Soucy, M. Elias, G. Soucy, C. Cook, M. Pacheco, D. Sousa, L. Sousa. 
3rd row: (L to r), P. Chulada, J. Sciuto, N. Hargreaves, B. Barlow, D. Stott, R. Hammar, P. Chulada. 
4th row: (L to r), D. Crompton, J. Williams, R. Fusco, J. Fitzgerald, B. Carter, J. Kiessling, A. Sciuto. 
5th row-. (L to r), M. Scarelli, J. Andrews, F. Eaton, R. Hoehn, D. Mooshian, J. O'Laughlin. 
Top: J. Marescia. 



Flag 



Corps 





Co-Captains Ann Zdanowicz 
Linda Haddad 




(L to r), J. Haddad, S. Prunier, C. Rothwell, L. Augeri, S. Wojtas, D. Sanguedolce, D. Morissette, G. 

DelliColli. 

Center: L. Haddad, A. Zdanowicz. 



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Cadet Corps 



Officers 



(L to r), Second Lieutenant: K. Lynch, Major: G. Korizis, Cap- 
tain: C. Carter, Advisor: Mr. D. Tearno. 



(L to r), First row: K. Lynch, J. Geary, C. Carter. 

Second row: B. Mazzaglia, G. Korizis, T. Savastano. 

Third row: R. Labrecque, J. Marr. 

Fourth row: D. Colletta, J. Scott, M. McGibbon, K. Walsh, R. 

Coco, D. Bohne. 



Rangerettes 




SCHOOL 

cadet corps 




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First row: (L to r), N. Kalpokis, V. Hunt, S. Najuck, L. Scott, T. Flynn, A. Galloway, T. Murray, S. Izzi. 
Second row: M. O'Brien, B. Fontaine, L. Bennett, D. Clark, P. Benjamin, C. Cavanaugh, D. Sanft. 
Third row: P. Geary, M. Pelletier, P. St. Louis, K. Philips, G. Ratte. 
Fourth row: R. Kilcoyne, D. DeOrio, T. Wright, K. Coco, C. Rudis, A. Jardin. 
Fifth row: M. Moran, S. Langlois, C. Ginchereau, L. Sharon, M. Lacroix. 




Art Club 

Officers 



(L to r), President: E. Devaney, Treasurer: P. Forrest, 
Secretary: C. Hensley. 



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(L to r), Kneeling: S. Strozzo, D. Szelest. 

First row: P. Forrest, J. Zappala, E. Devaney, I. Kuceris, Advisor: Mr. Melia. 

Second row: P. Privitera, V. Lescarbeau, S. Laviolette, P. Muse, B. Jankauskas, R. Des- 

chene, C. Camacho, C. Cox. 

Third row: G. Lemoine, S. Ross, F. Danahy, M. Privitera, C. Finocchiaro, R. Deschene 




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(L to r), First row: K. Messina, J. Ganely, P. Tremblay, 
J. Zappala, J. Hays, D. Szelest, C. Camacho, M. 
Dinan, M. Fallon, M. St. Laurent, B. Bamford. 
Second row: J. Celia, M. Saccuzzo, E. Devaney, C. 
Hensley, G. Lemoine, K. Milone, K. Caron, B. Goos- 
sens, E. Bell, C. Kostyla. 

Third row: B. Bakios, C. Couture, C. McKee, C. O'Con- 
nell, K. Kelly, T. Crompton, J. Ruffin, L. Somerset, L. 
Foderaro, A. Maniatakos, M. DeSantis, G. Campione, 
J. Haldane. 



Pep Club 

Officers: 



President: E. Devaney, Advisor: Mrs. F. Hamblet, Vice President: L. 
Mainiero, Secretary Treasurer: J. Ganely. 




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1st row: (L to r), D. Bevington, C. Fleming, N. Towler, C. Seaborne, L. Sharon, S. Wojtas, C. Ginchereau, L. Augeri. 
2nd row: (L to r), P. Towler, G. Hunt, G. DelliColli, S. McMahon, M. Bolduc, R. Tomkins, K. Phillips, A. Costa, S. Durling, L. Martin. 
3rd row: (L to r),L. McMahon, K. Snow, C. Drouin, D. Sweeney, P. Gormley, J. Smith, L. Leonard, L. Haddad, P. Fallon, J. Shalik. 
4th row: (L to r), G. Zabierek, B. Townsend, J. Peters, C. Finocchiaro, J. Marquis, G. Martin, J. Yancy, D. Hunt, J. Nason. 



Chorus 



Officers: (L to r), K. Mes- 
sina, Vice-Pres., M. Bol- 
duc, L. Haddad, Secre- 
tary-Treasurers, G. 
Gurka, President 




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1st row: (L to r), M. Fluet, S. Marchman, G. Potter, C. Durling, V. Dobrzynski, S. Worster. 

2nd row: (L to r), C. Braciska, R. Salois, B. Waite, J. Riopelle, S. Grasso, K. Lee, A. Zdanowicz, B. Goossens, J. Chiarenza. 

3rd row: (L to r), D. Saalfrank, D. Shaw, S. LaLiberte, D. Morrisette, S. Izzi, K. Leonard, B. Appleyard, M. Dinan, T. DeMonaco, L. Bailie, L. 

Kyriages, K. Messina. 

4th row: (L to r), V. Samperi, D. DeOrio, C. Sandler, A. Vaiksnovas, R. Nolet, B. Marquis, G. Gurka, R. Manning, S. Rose, F. Record. 

Missing: A. Galloway, C. Hamm, D. Lawton, R. Paredna, K. Pauk, D. Poole, K. Raymond, K. Saindon, C. Silva, K. Snell. 

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Le 

Cercle 

Frangais 

The French Club is the 
largest of the school's 
language clubs. Annu- 
ally it sponsors the 
Montreal trip. 



1st row: (L to r), P. Sceacca, D. Demerjian, J. Haddad, K. Caron, B. Therialt, J. Soucy, P. Chulada, K. Foley, L. Hoddad, A. Zdanowicz, M. 

Fallon, L. Robidoux, D. Morissette, M. O'Brien. 

2nd row: P. Bell, D. Sanquedolce, M. Palazzo, S. MacLean, S. Lumb, J. Haldane, J. Buckley, C. Labrecque, C. Kostyla, D. Sanquedolce, R. 

Kilcoine, T. Tremblay. 

3rd row: B. Silverstein, M. Sullivan, T. Crompton, S. Bonefante, D. Ferris, P. Chulada, C. Haddad, N. Walsh, Mr. Malo. 

4th row: S. Plouffe, K. Rogers, A. Cherabie, V. Lescarbeau, M. St. Laurent, E. Devaney, E. Bell, L. Foderaro, B. Bamford, M. Gallo, A. 

Piccolomini, P. Tremblay. 




Organization Deutsch 




FRENCH OFFICERS: Mr. Malo; Adv., D. Ferris; v.pres., L. Mainiero; 
pres., B. Silverstein; treas., E. Bell; sec, S. Plouffe; hist. 



GERMAN OFFICERS: Seated: G. Gurka; pres. (L to r), S. Blazer; hist., D. MacLauchlan; v.pres., J. 
Ruffen; sec, H. Gettings; treas., Mrs. Gammons; adv., E. Severence; v.pres., R. Furnari; hist. 




1st row: (L to r), M. Home, C. Cooke, B. Follansbee, K. Salach, C. Miller. 

2nd row: R. Fair, D. DeRose, S. Blazer, H. Gettings, F. Record, J. Kiessling, K. Lynch, D. Michaud, W. Higgins, D. Martin, J. Tremblay, S. Collins, H. 
Medeiros. 
10 o 3rd row: Mrs. Gammons, B. Hertrich, E. Severence, R. Furnari, J. Radcliffe, J. Ruffen, N. Radcliffe, E. O'Connell, C. Moore, C. O'Connell, J. Andrews, J. 
Marr, M. Hanninen, L. Mathers, C. Kuehn. 
4th row: R. Ippolito, P. Bajor, D. MacLauchlan, D. Ferris, T. Fones, G. Gurka, P. Mahoney, C. Schwarzenburg, R. Hoehn. 



// Club Italiano 



This past year we've participated in the International Banquet. We've 
also had fund-raising projects and a new format. 





OFFICERS; (L to r), Kathy Messina — President, Linda McMahon — Historian, Miss Lisa 
Loeb — Advisor, Susan Mansor — Treasurer, Sandra Mansur — Vice-Pres. 



1st row: (L to r), Miss Loeb, K. Messina, S. Mansur, G. Campione. 

2nd row: (L to r), J. Haldane, D. Tremblay, B. DeLuca. 

3rd row: (L to r), R. Pieslak, E. Ford, G. DelliColli, D. DeOrio, S. Izzi, L. 

Korzeb. 

4th row: (L to r), S. Mansor, M. Coco, G. Gueli. 

5th row: (L to r), D. Cirella, M. Novello. 



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1st row: (L to r), J. Checovich, P. Tremblay, E. Somerset, K. La Rose. 

2nd row: (L to r), J. Marquis, E. Bell, S. Worster, B. Goossens, C. Paolino, N. Walsh, L. Annaloro, Mrs. Derby. 

Missing: L. Bailie, D. Demerjian, T. DeMonaco, G. Zabierek, E. Foderaro, N. Devine, J. Williams, T. Vaiksnovas, P. Vaiksnovas, F. 

Record, L. Foderaro, N. Gendron, C. Mooney, S. McMahon, R. LaTorre, P. Koczat, J. Haddad, P. Hibbard, C. Kuchar, P. Snow. 



The Spanish Club supplied 
the pinata filled with candy 
for the International Banquet. 
The club met regularly to 
plan various projects during 
the year. 




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TILB 



(L to r), E. Bell, K. LaRose, Mrs. Derby — Advi- 
sor. 

OFFICERS: seated: J. Checovich — Treasurer, 
P. Tremblay — President, E. Somerset — Vice- 
Pres., Missing: C. Hamm — Sec. 




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Circulus La tine 



(L to r), Mrs. Claire Derby — Advisor, Nancy Marsden, 
Paula Sullivan, Doreen Lafrenier 

OFFICERS: (L to r), Walter Smith — Treasurer, David 
Crompton — Vice-Pres., George Korizis — President. 

MISSING: Lynne Campagna — Secretary, Sharon Par- 
isi, Carol Haddad, Margaret O'Brien. 



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Latin has been the basic foundation for 
the other romance languages. Its popu- 
larity has decreased, but the club's inter- 
est in the language hasn't. The Latin Club 
enthusiastically took part in the Interna- 
tional Banquet. 



5th row: M. Cameron, M. Kazanjian. 
4th row: D. Ferris, G. Gurka, D. MacLauchlan. 
3rd row: E. Foderaro, P. Kerry, G. Morissette. 
2nd row: A. Cherabie, N. Walsh, S. Batchelder. 
1st row: K. Messina, C. Haddad, J. Kay, J. Cartelli. 




ADVISORS 
Miss J. Hiller Mrs. J. Lyons 



OFFICERS: (L to r), J. 
Kay — Sec, K. Mes- 
sina — Vice-Pres., G. 
Gurka — Pres., A. 
Cherabie — Treas. 





OFFICERS: seated, Lynn Mainiero; v. pres. (L to r), Donald MacLauchlan; hist., Peter Bajor; pres., Donna Dermerjian; 
sec, Jane Haddad; treas., Mr. Gagne; adv. 



National 

Honor 

Society 




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Front row: (L to r), J. Chiarenza, M. St.Laurent, B. Silverstein, S. Plouffe, K. Caron. 

2nd row: L. Ricci, K. Messina, J. Haldane, N. Lescarbeau, A. Cherabie, M. DeSantis. 

3rd row: D. Demerjian, J. Haddad, P. Bajor, L. Mainiero, D. MacLauchlan. 

Back row: N. Angelari, V. Lescarbeau, D. Wilson, S. Couture, C. Boisvert, P. Tuminowski, G. Gurka, G. Morissette, S. Lumb, L. Sirois, P. Buckless, Mr. Gagne, D. 

Grasso. 1 1 1 



D.E.C.A. 



SENIORS 



(L to r), R. Maynord, T. Miller, M. Joyce, D. Cavazza, F. Dan- 
ahy, S. Ross, M. Buggea, K. Blum, P. Casey, D. O'Clare, R. 
Tulley, B. Beaulieu, S. Scuifo, S. Schubert, Z. Bogosian, P. Val- 
court, C. Peters, A. Lucinskas. 
Sitting: A. Megrian. 






(L to r), President: C. Peters, Treasurer: K. Blum, Secretary: A. 
Lucinskas, S. Ross, Vice-President: F. Danahy. 



Junior Officers 




(I to r), Treasurer: N. McCormish, Vice President: R. 
Morin, President: J. Mathers, Secretary: C. Mar- 
cinkevich. 



JUNIORS 



(L to r), K. Grenier, C. DeQuattro, R. Morin, M. Hebbelinck, C. 
Marcinkevich, J. Yancy, C. Rothwell, K. Salsch, L. Torbin, N. 
McComish, G. Demers. 



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Ecology Club 




(L to r), S. Plouffe, A. Maniatakos, P. Tremblay, Mr. Mazzaglia, M. MacCoul, M. 
St.Laurent, S. Spindler, E. Somerset, P. Sharker. 



OFFICERS: Treas. — E. Somerset, Vice Pres. — 
P. Tremblay, Pres. — A. Maniatakos, Advisor 
— Mr. Mazzaglia, Sec. — S. Spindler. 




Business Club 



(L to r), Advisor — Mrs. Borucki, G. Hunt, D. 
DeOrio, S. Abdulla, J. Gagnon, L. Beaudoin (Miss- 
ing)- 



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Jr. Boosters 



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/if row; (L to r), Maryonn Succuzzo, Mary St.Laurent, Kathi Caron, Jaye Haldane. Donna Demerjian, Jane Haddad, Mary Dinan, Peggy Fallon, Creda 

Camacho, Beverly Bamford. 

2nd row: Barbara Goosens, Ann Zdanowicz, Pam Chaulda, Linda Haddad, Linda Bennett, Susan Spindler, Mary Kitson, Ellen Bell, Cindy Kostyla. 

3rd row: Paula Tremblay, Maureen Sulluvan, Kathy Kelley, Tracy Crompton, Lisa Foderaro, Liz Somerset, Madonna Macoul, Andrea Maniatakos, Gina 

Campione, Maureen DeSantis. 




OFFICERS: (L to r), Ann Zdanowicz-Secretary, Ellen Bell-Vice-President, Maureen DeSantis-President. Front: Andrea Maniatakos-Trea- 
surer, Advisors-Mr. James Smith and Mr. David Whiting. 



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Mr. J. Rimas 



(L to r), G. Gurka, C. Mooney, D. MacLauchlan, B. Silverstein, D. Ferris, S. Mansor, S. Lumb, A. Cherabie, K. Messina, M. 
St. Laurent, B. Goossens, S. Plouffe. 



Senior 
History 
Works- 
hop 




OFFICERS: (L to r), S. Mansor — 
Pres., G. Gurka — V.-Pres., M. 
St. Laurent — Treas., S. Plouffe 



A — Sec. 



History Workshop 



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1st row: (L to r), C. Paolino, M. O'Brien, K. Saindon, G. DelliColli, M. Dinan, P. Fallon, L. Bennett, N. Walsh, C. Haddad, N. Ratcliffe, D. 
Morissette. 

2nd row: (L to r), K. Foley, P. Koczat, S. Durling, L. Haddad, P. Chulada, A. Zdanowicz, P. Chulada, C. Moore, E. O'Connell, D. 
Sanguedolce, D. Smith. 
3rd row: (L to r), S. Batchelder, J. Kay, T. DeMonaco, J. Sidon, J. Yancy, J. Marr, N. Devine, S. Langley, L. Farrah, P. Waters, D. Tahan. 




Mr. D. Hennessey 




OFFICERS: (L to r), C. Haddad — Vice-Pres., J. 
Yancy — Pres., K. Foley — Treas., N. Ratcliffe — 
Sec. 



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(L to r), S. Clavette, M. Monsor, D. Barbeau, G. Mackor, T. Nicolosi, G. Campione, E. Bell, P. Bell, P. 
Savastano, S. Hynes, P. Bajor, R. Rubera, R. Townsend, J. Lerned. 
Center: M. Concherri, D. Lupo, G. Mathes 
Misting: J. Crabtree, M. Danahy, C. Hamm. 






Advisor — Mr. John Rimas 




OFFICERS: (L to r), D. Barbeau V.Pres., P. BajorPres., G. Campione Sec., R. Townsend Treas. 



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Class Officers 



Seniors 





(L to r), M. DeSantis V.Pres., K. Hovanasian Sec, E. Devaney Treas., Advisor Mr. 

Whiting 

Front: H. Gettings Pres. 



Juniors 



(L to r), D. DiFransisco Pres., C. Silva Treas., Advisor Mr. McNulty, C. O'Connell 
Sec, M. Banville V.Pres. 



Sophomores 




(L to r), Advisor Mr. Hennessey, S. Lupo Pres., B. Chantoian Sec, E. Foderaro 
V.Pres., L. Bohondoney Treas. 



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Yearbook 
Staff 

The Torch 
1973 

The 1 973 Yearbook 
is Truly ours ... It has 
Our Blessings and our 
Tears . . . And with our 
Greatest Thanks to our 
Advisor: Mr. Thomas Jennings 




Oh! Those Memories!?! 



Ellen Bell 



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Caroline Hamm 



Tracy Crompton 



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mom walking you to school for the first time ... the three R'S . . . Isis 
days . . . cramming for tests . . . field trips . . . Museum of Science . . . 
lunches . . . homework and more homework . . . open study . . . fire 
drills at 10° above . . . Weekly Readers ... an understanding friend 
. . . pizza on Fridays . . . that certain dog that would always follow you 
home from school . . . college acceptances . . . locker clean out day . . . 
9th grade graduation . . . recess . . . report cards ... the no-school 
announcement . . . your first job . . . long holiday weekends . . . "D" 
drop day . . . co-ed gym ... a bad smell near 301 . . . 8:00 A.M. 
Monday morning ... the school store . . . bombscares ... I will not 
chew gum in class . . . new school store . . . 





term papers . . . 2:30 bell . . . spelling bees . . . Christmas vacation . . . 
bank books . . . our first rally . . . football games . . . closed study . . . 
"Lawrence of Arabia" . . . class pictures ... the ring man . . . eating 
three ice creams instead of lunch . . . S-P-l-R-l-T, let's hear it! . . . making 
a friend . . . booster shots . . . Friendly's . . . September 8, 1 9 — ... 
cooties . . . putting your head on the desk . . . Miss Belisle . . . "Plenty 
of Money" . . . Montreal trip . x . . PTA . . . pot luck . . . anticipation 
. . . and of course . . . "You Can't Take It With You" 




Baby 
Plcfures 



1 . Allatt, Dawn 


8. Bamford, Beverly 


2. Andreoli, Vic 


9. Barbeau, Debbie 


3. Angelone, Jim 


10. Bardsley, Nancy 


4. Austin, Joy 


1 1 . Becotte, Donna 


5. Bajor, Pete 


12. Bell, Ellen 


6. Bakios, Barbara 


13. Bergeron, Debbie 


7. Baldwin, Jeanne 


14. Blaser, Susan 



1 5. Bogosian, Zavin 

1 6. Boisvert, Celeste 

1 7. Borelli, Betty Jean 
1 8. Bradley, Ann 

1 9. Breen, Beverly 

20. Buckless, Pamela 

21. Camacho, Creda 



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1 . Campione, Gina 

2. Campolini, Ann 

3. Carabello, Andrea 

4. Caron, Kathi 

5. Cavannaugh, Dianne 

6. Cavazza, Donna 



7. Celia, Joanne 

8. Checovich, Joanne 

9. Cherabie, Ann 
10. Chiarenza, Janice 
1 1 . Childs, Walter 



12. Coco, Mary Ellen 
1 3. Cook, Carol 
14. Cook, Ruth 
1 5. Copley, Sharon 
16. Couture, Steven 



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1 . Crompton, Tracy 


8. Durling, Sue 


15. Forrest, Pat 


2. Demerjian, Donna 


9. Emmott, Karen 


16. From, Tom 


3. DeSantis, Maureen 


10. Ewing, Debbie 


1 7. Fram, Maryann 


4. Devaney, Ellen 


1 1 . Feather, Linda 


18. Furnari, Robin 


5. DiMauro, Kathy 


1 2. Ferris, David 


19. Garabedian, Iris 


6. Dole, Bill 


1 3. Foderaro, Lisa 


20. Giarrusso, Debbie 


124 7. Dudley, Debbie 


1 4. Foderaro, Vito 


21. Groswald, Gail 




1. Gueli, Gina 

2. Guessetto, Linda 

3. Gurka, Gary 

4. Haddad, Jane 

5. Hajjar, Nancy 

6. Haldane, Jane 

7. Hays, Jane 



8. Hensley, Cynthia 

9. Hollins, Susan 

10. Hopkinson, Nancy 

1 1 . Hovanasian, Cathy 

1 2. Hovanasian, Sally 

1 3. Hutton, Arthur 

14. Kalil, Eli 



15. Kelly, Kathleen 

16. Korzeb, Liz 

1 7. Kostyla, Cindy 

1 8. Kuceris, Inta 

1 9. Kyriages, Linda 

20. Labrecque, Marie 



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2. Lahey, Margaret 


9. Letourneau, Linda 


16. Mansor, Susan 


3. LaRose, Kathy 


1 0. Lucinskas, Audrey 


1 7. Marsden, Jane 


4. Laviolette, Susan 


1 1 . Lumb, Sandy 


1 8. Martin, George 


5. Lawton, Donna 


1 2. MacLauchlan, Don 


19. Martin, LuAnn 


6. Lemome, Gail 


1 3. Mainiero, Lynn 


20. Matses, Chris 


1 26 7. Lescarbeau, Nancy 


14. Malignaggi, Diane 


21. Mazzofto, Michele 




1 . McAdam, Kim 


9. Mottola, Rosemary 


17. O'Connell, Colleen 


2. McAllister, Susan 


10. Moschetto, Camille 


1 8. Papotto, Rosalind 


3. McMahon, Linda 


1 1 . Mosher, Sharon 


19. Piccolomini, Ann 


4. Melnicki, Sue 


12. Mulligan, Ellen 


20. Pieslak, Rita 


5. Messina, Kathy 


1 3. Muse, Patty 


21. Pilvelis, Paula 


6. Miller, Mary Jane 


14. Najuch, Sharon 


22. Pitocchelli, Rosalyn 


7. Milone, Karen 


15. Nason, Debbie 


23. Plouffe, Susan 


8. Mooney, Cynthia 


16. Nelson, Dawn 





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Potter, Gerry 


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Romanuk, Beverly 


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Ross, Susan 


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Privitera, Mike 


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Ruffen, Janis 


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Privitera, Pat 


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Saccuzzo, Maryann 


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Proulx, Nancy 


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Salois, Kathy 


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Ratcliffe, Janet 


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Schelling, Diane 


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Riley, Donna 


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Severance, Eileen 


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8. Theriault, Brenda 

9. Timony, Leigh Ann 
10. Tremblay, Paula 

1 1 . Tuminowski, Paul 



1 2. Valcourt, Pam 

1 3. VanCoppenolle, Chuck 

14. VanCoppenolle, Deborah 

15. Wilson, Diane 
6. Zappala, Judy 



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1973 Football Queen and Attendants 




Gina Campione 



Ellen Bell 





QUEEN AND ATTENDANTS: (I to r), Gina Campione, 1 972 Queen Beth Sever- 
ence, 1 973 Queen Gail Lemoine, Ellen Bell. 



1972 Football Queen Beth Severence 
1973 Football Queen Gail Lemoine 



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1973 Cadet Queen Coronation 




QUEEN AND ATTENDANTS: (L to r), Credo Camocho, 1 973 Queen Paula Savastano, Mary Ellen Coco 



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Upon his knees. 

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Senior Class Directory 



Abate, Anthony . . . 
Alaimo, Joseph . . . 

Allott, Dawn 

Andreoli, Victor . . . 

Ange, Carol 

Angelari, Norma . . 
Angelari, Robert . . 
Angelone, James . 
Archibald, Joseph . 

Austin, Joy 

Baillargeon, Jean . 

Bajor, Peter 

Bakios, Barbara . . 
Baldwin, James . . 
Baldwin, Jeanne . . 
Bamford, Beverly. . 
Bangel, Helga 
Barbeau, Debra . . 
Bardsley, Nancy . . 
Beaulieu, Bert .... 
Beaumier, Susan . . 
Becotte, Donna . . . 
Belair, Steven . . . 

Bell, Ellen 

Bergeron, Debra . 
Bevington, Doris . . 
Blias, William 
Blanchard, Roland . 
Blaser, Susan 

Blum, Krista 

Bogannam, John . . 
Bogosian, Zaven . , 
Boisvert, Celeste . . 

Bonin, Doug 

Borrelli, Betty Jean . 
Boucher, Dennis . . 
Braciska, Charlene . 
Bradley, Ann .... 

Bray, Leslie 

Bray, Sharon .... 
Brearley, Robert . . 
Breen, Beverly 
Broadhurst, James 
Buckless, Pamela . . 
Buckley, Joanne . . 
Buggea, Marie . . . 
Busta, Debra .... 
Byron, Joseph . . . 
Byron, Thomas . . . 
Cafiso, Joseph . . . . 



55 Medford St. 

. 1 98 Brookdale Ave. 

1 Varniai St. 

59 Golf Ave. 

14 Farley St. 

. . 1 29 Merrimack St. 

21 Erie Rd. 

. . 1 70 Merrimack St. 

18 Albion St. 

. .1086 Riverside Dr. 

48 Union St. 

25 King St. 

. . .21 Longview Ter. 

. . .5 Hampshire Rd. 

13 Gage St. 

. . .21 Madison Ave. 
12 Brown St. 

. . . .6 Kenwood Rd. 

.... 76 Newport St. 

6 Durrell St. 

. .331 Merrimack St. 
25 Albert St. 

85 Union St. 

...173 Warwick St. 

2 Clifton Rd. 

. . 1 99 Oakland Ave. 
. . . 44 Oakland Ave. 
11 Hobson St. 

... 1 6 Houston Ave. 
... 44 Longview Ter. 
6 Princeton St. 

336 Howe St. 

.... 8 Cypress Ave. 

... 1 4 Coronet Ave. 

.... 1 9 Campus Rd. 

. . 26 Woodburn Dr. 
. . . 50 Causeway St. 

.... 1 Marjorie St. 

... 37 Lyndale Ave. 

... 34 Lyndale Ave. 

45 West St. 

... 1 4 Harvard Ave. 

76 Pleasant St. 

202 Tyler St. 

. . 56 Strathmore Rd. 

11 Russell St. 

132 East St. 

83 Currier St. 

83 Currier St. 

40 Paris St. 



Camacho, Creda . . 
Cameron, Michael . . 
Campione, Gina . . . 
Campolini, Ann 
Canzano, Michael . 
Carabello, Andrea . 
Caron, Kathleen . . 
Carraher, Paul 

Carter, Clay 

Casey, Peter 

Catanzaro, John . . 
Cavanaugh, Dianne 
Cavazza, Donna . . 

Celia, Joanne 

Checovich, Joanne . 
Cherabie, Ann .... 
Chiarenza, Janice . . 

Childs, Walter 

Ciardello, Tom 

Ciras, Thomas 

Clark, Jane Ann . . . 
Cloutier, David .... 
Coco, Mary Ellen . . 
Collins, Wayne 

Cook, Carol 

Cook, Ruth 

Copley, Sharon . . . 
Cote, Ann Marie . . 
Couture, Steven 
Crabtree, Jennifer . 
Crompton, Tracy . . , 
Croteau, Donald . . . 
Danahy, Frances . . . 
Daneau, Deborah . . 

DeDeus, John 

Demerjian, Donna . . 
DeMonaco, Michael 
DeSantis, Maureen 
Deschene, Robert . . 
Deschene, Robin . . . 
Desrocher, Roland . 
Desrochers, Albert . 
Dessinger, John . . . 
Devaney, Ellen . . . 
Devaney, Eugene . 
DiMauro, Kathleen 
Diodati, Richard 

Dole, William 

Dowd, Diane 

Dubois, Karen 



283 Broadway. 

3 Aberdeen Rd. 

10 Beechnut St. 

56 Oak Hill Dr. 

392 Oak St. 

2 Woodburn Dr. 

16 Home St. 

32 Lowell St. 

116 West St. 

7 Mystic St. 

17 Davis Rd. 

7 Duma Rd. 

305 Oak St. 

1 85 Oak St. 

10 Rushton St. 

25 Marion St. 

14 Dexter St. 

100 Renfrew St. 

31 Bailey St. 

98A Hampstead St. 

3 Roseland St. 

8 Willow St. 

46 Oak Crest Cir. 

1 30 Oakland Ave. 

140 Tyler St. 

9 Craven St. 

20Newhill Rd. 

443 Oak St. 

165 Haverhill St. 

114 Pleasant View St. 

1 46 Pleasant View St. 

1 Elaine Ave. 

60 Baremeadow St. 

4 Hobson St. 

7 Stevens St. 

3 Pinedale Ave. 

21 Joy Ter. 

82 Hampstead St. 

16 Mystic St. 

16 Mystic St. 

... 1 33 Pleasant Valley St. 

120 Cross St- 

3 Oakland Ave. 

94 Pleasant View St. 

8 Home St. 

8 Oak Hill Dr. 

65 Newport St. 

15 Oak Hill Dr. 

211 Lowell St. 

66 Broadway 



Dudley, Debra 

Durling, Susan 

Emmott, Karen 

Ewing, Deborah 

Feather, Linda 

Ferraro, Thomas 

Ferris, David 

Feugill, Neil 

Fitzgerald, Kathleen 

Fitzsimons, John 

Fluet, Marcia 

Foderaro, Lisa 

Foderaro, Vito 

Fones, Tom 

Fontaine, Brenda 

Ford, Ellen 

Ford, James 

Forrest, Patricia 

Fram, Mary 

Fram, Thomas 

Frasca, Carl 

Frechette, Dennis 

Frechette, Robert 

Fugge, Joan 

Fuller, Glen 

Furnari, Fred 

Furnari, Robin 

Gallant, Cyndie 

Gallant, Marc 

Ganley, Jane 

Garabedian, Iris 

Gaumond, Sheila 

Gentile, Allen 

pentile, William 

Gettings, Holly 

Giarrusso, Deborah 

Giso, John 

Gonzalez, Domingo 

Goossens, Barbara 

Gosselin, John 

Gosselin, Pauline 

Goterch, John 

Goterch, Joseph 

Goulet, Clyde 

Grasso, Debra , 

Green, Donald 

Grillo, Darlene 

Gross, Edward 

Groswald, Gail 

Gueli, Gina 

Guessetto, Linda 

Gurka, Gary 

Haddad, Jane 

Haidaichuk, Gary 



36 Emsley Ter. 

.... 1 Nelson Ave. 

7 Sampson St. 

15 Capitol St. 

.... 8 Longview Ter. 

25 Grove St. 

3 Mosca Lane 

11 Stafford St. 

.. .199 Haverhill St. 
... 1 4 Emerson Ave. 

4 Louise Ave. 

. . .122 Haverhill St. 
. . .122 Haverhill St. 

14 Kimball Rd. 

... 95 Oakside Ave. 

1 82 Berkeley St. 

1 82 Berkeley St. 

24 Almont St. 

3 Dewey St. 

. . . .44 Walton Ave. 

15 Stevens St. 

. . 20 Canobieola Rd. 
. . 8 Garden City Rd. 

114 PelhamSt. 

. 67 Constitution Way 

... 6 Brookdale Ave. 

... 46 Worcester St. 

. ... 59 Clayton Ave. 

20 N. Lowell St. 

118 Pleasant St. 

. . 372 Hampshire Rd. 

426 Pelham St. 

1 50 East St. 

296 Pelham St. 

. . 1 83 Butternut Lane 

2 Bailey St. 

12 Vermont St. 

15 Chase St. 

. ... 22 Clayton Ave. 
.... 34 Arlington St. 

36 French St. 

.... 30 Riverdale St. 

22 Tenney St. 

32 Sea St. 

207 Howe St. 

. . . 897 Riverside Dr. 
. . .48 Larchwood Rd. 

10 Central St. 

.... 669 Jackson St. 

9 Bradley Ave. 

59 Calumet Rd. 

151 East St. 

512 Prospect St. 

. . 26 Greenmont Ter. 



Hajjar, Nancy 

Hajjar, Paul 

Haldane, Jaye 

Hamel, Albert 

Hamm, Carolyn .... 
Harris, Michael 

Hays, Jane 

Henderson, James . . 
Hensley, Cynthia . . . 
Hewson, William . . . 
Higgins, William . . . 
Hoehn, Jeffrey 
Hoffman, Cynthia . . 
Hoffman, Doris 
Hoffman, Russell 
Holland, Charles . . . 

Hollins, Susan 

Holloway, Judy 
Hopkinson, Nancy . . 
Hovanasian, Cathy . 
Hovanasian, Sally . . 

Hutton, Arthur 

Hyder, Carol 

Ippolito, Richard . . . 
Jabour, Everett .... 
Jabour, Nassar .... 
Jackson, James .... 
Jankauskas, Barbara 
Janowski, John .... 
Joaquin, Debra 

Joseph, Robert 

Joyce, Maeve 

Juba, David 

Kalil, Eli 

Kazanjian, Mark . . . 

Keane, David 

Kelly, Kathleen 
Kenney, Patricia . . . 

Kerry, Paul 

Kitson, Mary 

Koczat, John 

Korizis, George 
Korzeb, Elizabeth . . 
Kostyla, Cynthia 

Kuceris, Inta 

Kyriages, Linda 

Labrecque, Marie . . . 
Ladre, Rebecca .... 
Lahey, Margaret 
Lagree, Barbara . . . 
Lambert, Elizabeth . . 

Landry, Ken 

LaRose, Kathleen . . . 
Laudani, Constance . 



30 Farley St. 

93 Hazel St. 

. . . 1 60 Edgewood Ave. 
60 Berwick St. 

61 Mystic St. 

49 Union St. 

. ... 36 Hawthorne Ave. 

46 Westland St. 

. . . 76 Pleasant View St. 
17 Windsor St. 

95 Lowell St. 

1 5V2 Central St. 

79 Maple St. 

3 Marion St. 

48 Jane Rd. 

32 Campbell St. 

...19 Maplewood Ave. 

20 Railroad St. 

231 Howe St. 

651 Lowell St. 

651 Lowell St. 

31 Madison St. 

24 Kenwood Rd. 

.118 Pleasant View St. 
,140 Pleasant Valley St. 
.140 Pleasant Valley St. 

36 Auburn St. 

. . . 1 33 Edgewood Ave. 
27 Bailey St. 

. . 9 Oak Meadow Lane 
6 Birchwood Rd. 

. . .217 Washington St. 

12 Emerson Ave. 

5 Center St. 

580 Prospect St. 

9 Collins St. 

7 Hadley Rd. 

72 Ayer St. 

93 Elmwood Rd. 

9 Elmwood Rd. 

2 Falmouth St. 

34 Thornton Ave. 

24 Conrad St. 

13 Park Ave. 

3 Hilbert Ter. 

28 Richard Ave. 

368 Pelham St. 

30 Pleasant St. 

10 East Brook PI. 

17 Fulton St. 

37 Hobson St. 

. ... 69 Edgewood Ave. 

44 0dileSt. 

391 Howe St. 



Lavigne, Elizabeth 

Laviolette, Susan 

Lawton, Donna 

Lemoine, Gail 

LeSage, Blanche 

Lescarbeau, Nancy 

Lescarbeau, Virginia 

Letoumeau, Linda 

Levesque, Betty 

Linder, Kathy 

Longo, Anthony 

LoPizzo, John 

Lucinskas, Audrey 

Lumb, Sandra 

Lynch, Keith 

Macaione, William 

MacLauchlan, Donald 

Macoul, Madonna 

Mahoney, Paul 

Mainiero, Lynn 

Malignaggi, Diane 

Maniatakos, Andrea 

Mansor, Susan 

Mansur, Sandra 

Marino, Richard 

Marsden, Jane 

Martin, George 

Martin, LuAnn 

Matses, Chris 

May, Berry 

Maynard, Raymond 

Mazzotta, Michele 

McAdam, Kimberely 

McAllister, Susan 

McCall, Jerry 

McDonough, Thomas 

McMahon, Linda 

Mergrian, Aram 

Melnicki, Susan , 

Mercado, Wilberto 

Messina, Kathy 

Messina, Ken 

Miele, Joseph 

Miller, MaryJane 

Miller, Teresa 

Milone, Karen 

Mooney, Cynthia 

Morissette, Garry 

Morley, Linda 

Morse, Mark 

Moschetto, Camille 

Moschetto, Diane 

Mosher, Sharon 

Mottola, Joseph 



24 Joy Ter. 

12 Closson Ct. 

17 Joy Ter. 

47 Davis Rd. 

35 Maple St. 

19 Hobson St. 

866 Riverside Dr. 

19 Elaine Ave. 

. ... 60 Strathmore Rd. 

12 Edwin Ave. 

53 Conrad St. 

8 Queen Ave. 

21 Pitman St. 

895 Riverside Dr. 

10 Summit Ave. 

3 Russ St. 

649 Prospect St. 

15 Newport St. 

.... 1 4 Gaywood Cir. 
..15 Constitution Way 

66 Anderson Dr. 

15 Harvard Ave. 

. 20 Meadow Brook Rd. 

3 Nevins Rd. 

11 Lorenzo Cir. 

....15 Edgewood Ter. 
. . . .1073 Riverside Dr. 

153 N. Lowell St. 

5 Comet Rd. 

6 Magna Rd. 

, 59 Center St. 

. . 68 Pleasant View St. 

16 Tobey Ave. 

. . 240 Washington St. 
... 1 65 Hampshire Rd. 

3 Dow St. 

36 Pine St. 

20 Taylor St. 

8 Weisner Pkwy. 

1 50 Tenney St. 

. .... 90 Thornton Ave. 

41 Arthur St. 

40 Darius St. 

7 Merrimack St. 

149 Howe St. 

... 35 Canobieola Rd. 

....19 Evergreen Ave. 

... 1 Presidential Lane 

9 East Brook PI. 

... 1 03 Butternut Lane 

29 Sunny Ave. 

285 Merrimack St. 

5 Church St. 

23 Wallace St. 



Mottola, Rosemary . . 

Mulligan, Ellen 

Murphy, James 

Muse, Patricia 

Najuch, Sharon 
Nason, Debbie .... 

Nelson, Dawn 

Noonan, William 
Novello, Michael . . . 
O'Clare, Donald . . . 
O'Connell, Colleen . . 
O'Connell, Terrence . , 
O'Sullivan, Michael . 
Ouellette, Debbie . . 
Papotto, Rosalind . . . 

Paris, Gregory 

Parker, Daniel 

Peters, Carol 

Piccolomini, Ann .... 

Pieslak, Rita 

Pilvelis, Paula 

Pitocchelli, Rosalyn . . 

Plouffe, Susan 

Poirier, Claire 

Potter, Geraldine . . . 
Potvin, Marlene .... 
Privitera, Michael . . . 
Privitera, Patricia . . . 

Proulx, Nancy 

Provencher, Cecile . . 

Ramey, Robert 

Ratcliffe, Janet 
Raymond, Davin 

Remillard, Ann 

Ricci, Lorna , 

Ricci, MaryLou 

Riley, Donna 

Rivela, Cathy 

Rivela, Robert 

Robert, Chris 

Robert, Mark 

Robitaille, Susanne . . 

Rogers, Donald 

Romanuk, Beverly . . . 

Romeo, Sam 

Ronsivalli, Philip .... 

Ross, Susan 

Rubera, Michael 

Ruffen, Janis 

Runions, Wayne 
Saccuzzo, Maryann . . 
St.Laurent, Mary 

Salois, Kathy 

Sanguedolce, Sandra 



94 Boston St. 

85 Ames St. 

64 Woodland St. 

1 78 Oakland Ave. 

46 Ayer St. 

235 Howe St. 

287 Pelham St. 

20 Tyler St. 

22 AshfordSt. 

39 Monterey Dr. 

612 Prospect St. 

26 Albert St. 

39 Butternut Lane 

6 Conrad St. 

98 Boston St. 

15 Gaston St. 

62 Strathmore Rd. 

37 Tower St. 

36 Cypress Ave. 

2 Oak Knoll Rd. 

308 Pelham St. 

1 05 Bradley Ave. 

21 Tedesco Rd. 

3 Parker Ct. 

211 Pelham St. 

239 Pelham St. 

3 Grassmere Ave. 

97 Swan St. 

31 Clinton St. 

74V2 Union St. 

33 Oak Knoll Rd. 

70 Tower St. 

11 Falmouth St. 

106 Lowell St. 

14 Randolph Ave. 

15 Randolph Ave. 

57 Atkinson St. 

100 Peever St. 

100 Peever St. 

77 N. Lowell St. 

77 N. Lowell St. 

463 Prospect St. 

2 J'-nSt. 

11 Lawrence St. 

37 Olive St. 

30 Myona St. 

41 Milk St. 

2 Hobart Rd. 

79 Butternut Lane 

71 Howe St. 

229 Hampstead St. 

1 72 Pleasant St. 

38 Ormond Rd. 

8 Glen Ave. 



Sapienza, Joseph, Jr 

Savastano, Paula 

Schelling, Diane 

Schubert, Steve 

Sciuto, Stephen 

Sciuto, Susan 

Severance, Eileen 

Seymour, Lizz 

Shea, Carole 

Sheehan, Glenn 

Sheehy, Priscilla 

Shick, Laurie 

Sicotte, Michelle 

Sidlik, Stan 

Sigmon, Nancy 

Silva, Charlene 

Silverstein, Benjamin 

Sirois, Gilles 

Sirois, Louise 

Smith, Walter 

Somerset, Elizabeth 

Soucy, Robert 

Spampinato, Natalie 

Spindler, Susan 

Strozza, Susan 



9 Coronet Ave. 

6 Marc Ave. 

45 Woodland St. 

86 Anderson Dr. 

57 Olive St. 

1 08 Oakland Ave. 

11 Callahan St. 

368 Hampshire Rd. 

19 Arnold St. 

12 Huntington Ave. 

70 Arlington St. 

68 Timber Lane 

7 River PI. 

17 Wellington St. 

, 260 Broadway 

51 Deborah Ave. 

8 Avon Ave. 

147 Center St. 

13 Goldsmith Ct. 

272 Howe St. 

, 23 Laurel Ave. 

141 Hampshire Rd. 

22 Myona St. 

2 Chelmsford St. 

322 Oak St. 



Sullivan, Maureen 

Szelest, Dorothy 

Theriault, Brenda 

Timony, LeighAnn 

Toomey, Michael 

Towler, Patricia 

Traina, Mary 

Tremblay, Diane 

Tremblay, Paula 

Tulley, Raymond 

Tuminowski, Paul 

Valcourt, Pamela 

VanCoppenolle, Charles 

Vogel, Herb 

Waites, Judie , 

Walker, Judy 

Walton, Thomas 

Weisenborn, Eugene . . . 

Whiteside, Robert 

Wilson, Diane 

Witkum, Glenn 

Wojtas, Frank 

Wojtas, John 

Zenevitch, Ellen 

Zappala, Judith 



'Time passes much too quickly, 
When we're together laughing." 



36 Woodland St. 

1 Edgewood St. 

63 Calumet Rd. 

55 Lorenzo Cir. 

, 75 Cross St. 

. . . .21V2 Camden St. 

16 Vincent Ave. 

.... 33 Monroe Ave. 
... 27 Butternut Lane 

616 Prospect St. 

. .-. .13 Conchrane St. 
...159 N. Lowell St. 

61 Center St. 

10 Park Ave. 

.... 54 Oakcrest Cir. 

15 Burrill Ave. 

1 Cedar Cir. 

69 North St. 

12 North St. 

1 Tenney St. 

.... 5 Riverview Ave. 
. . 208 Hampstead St. 

310 Oak St. 

.... 27 Franklin Ave. 
44 Arlington St. 



"I planned each chartered course, 
Each careful step along the by-way." 

"There'll never be another love another time." 

"Did I fill the world with love, 
my whole life through?" 

"Can love be measured by the hours in a day?' 

"Weeks turn into years — 

How quick they pass." 
"A time for us, 

At last to see, 

A new world — A world of shining hope for you 
and me." 

"I never promised you a rose garden. 
Along with the sunshine, 
There's got to be a little rain sometime." 



'As time goes on — I realize 
Just what you mean to me." 
'Your time has come to shine. 
All your dreams are on their way." 

"Life is a song that goes on forever . 



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